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genetics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 168 genetics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

Harnessing the genetics of DNA methylation to understand context-specific gene regulation in disease

Project Background. Genome wide association studies (GWAS) have discovered many genetic associations with health outcomes. However, most GWAS signals reside in non-coding regions and it is likely that GWAS variants confer their effects through a regulatory mechanism. Read more

Harnessing the genetics of DNA methylation to understand context-specific gene regulation in disease

Genome wide association studies (GWAS) have discovered many genetic associations for traits and diseases. However, most GWAS signals reside in non-coding regions (outside genes), and it is likely that GWAS variants confer their effects through modulating regulatory mechanism. Read more

PhD scholarship in Integrating Ecological and Genomic Diversity for Climate Resilient Marine Spatial Planning – DTU Aqua

Are you interested in the development and use of DNA analysis to support spatial planning in marine biodiversity conservation?. Marine ecosystems, including in Denmark, are under threat from environmental change and rapidly increasing human activity on the sea. Read more

Understanding the ecological and evolutionary effects of heatwaves in tropical species and ecological communities

Heatwaves are considered one of the most threatening processes for our plants and animal species as the Earth’s climate warms. There is much to understand about how our species and the ecological communities they form will change and adapt through heatwaves. Read more

Using chemical-genetics to inhibit and characterise “undruggable” enzymes

The ability to inhibit kinases with small molecule drugs has transformed our understanding of signalling networks. It has allowed us to define the substrates and processes that each kinase controls, and to map how these enzymes cooperate within signalling pathways. Read more

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