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The development of bacteriophage as bionanoparticles for gene therapy

Gene therapy is at the forefront of innovations in healthcare. The key unmet need for transformative exploitation of gene therapy is to deliver genes to the correct tissue safely and with efficacy. Read more

Peptide-based nanoparticles for brain targeted gene delivery

Gene therapy has the potential to provide therapeutic benefit to millions of people with neurodegenerative diseases and cancer. Delivery into the brain is hampered by the blood-brain barrier (BBB), which limits the efficacy of both conventional and novel therapies at the target site. Read more

Pioneering a novel cancer targeting glyco-immunotherapy strategy

Background. Human cells are coated in a thick layer of sticky sugars called the glycocalyx. Uniquely cancer cells are covered with an excess of the human ‘sialic acid’ sugar Neu5Ac, and this has been shown to ‘camouflage’ the cells from the immune system. Read more
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BBSRC PhD Studentship in “Cryogenic electron microscopy-based understanding of viral vector heterogeneity to aide process development"

About the Project. Viral vectors can be used as oncolytic viruses, gene-based vaccines, and gene therapy vectors. However, as highlighted by the adverse reactions observed with the recent ChAdOx1 nCoV-19 vaccine and gene therapy trials, gaps remain in our understanding of these products. Read more
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Gene therapy for Alkaptonuria

Alkaptonuria (AKU) is caused by deficient activity of the enzyme HGD, resulting from over 200 mutations in the HGD gene loci, leading to the accumulation of a tyrosine metabolite called homogentisic acid (HGA). Read more

Minimally Invasive, Targetted Neural Interfacing

Dr. Huiliang Wang’s lab at University of Texas at Austin Biomedical Engineering department has a funded PhD position starting in 2023 in the field of "Minimally Invasive, Targetted Neural Interfacing". Please visit Dr Wang’s department page (. Read more

Fully funded studentships in Engineering Science for Health

The University of Surrey is seeking outstanding PhD candidates to undertake fully funded, 3.5 year studentships starting in October 2023. Read more
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Marie Sklodowska-Curie ReWIRE Research Assistant

Marie Sklodowska-Curie ReWIRE Research Assistant. Job ID. 059046. Salary. £41,474 per annum, salary is inclusive of mobility and family allowance. Read more

Unravelling the role of interneurons in Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis

In ALS, motoneuron degeneration leads to muscle paralysis. Motoneurons are the final output of the brain since they directly connect to muscles, but their synchronized activation depends on networks of spinal interneurons. Read more

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