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  Genomics, gene regulation and disease: how mammalian genes are regulated and how their deregulation is linked with human disease
  Assoc Prof J Hughes, Prof T Milne
Application Deadline: 26 July 2019
The Hughes group is interested in how mammalian genes are regulated and how their deregulation is linked with human disease. The ~22 thousand genes in the mammalian genome are present in the DNA of every cell but are used in complex patterns in different cell types and organs.
  National Tree Genomics – Functional Genotype Prediction For Horticulture
  Dr C Cazzonelli
Application Deadline: 30 April 2019
Horticulture is a highly valuable industry within the Australian agricultural sector. Tree crops account for half of the horticulture industry’s value, with mango, macadamia, avocado, almond and citrus being the major Australian horticultural tree crops.
  14 ESR (PhD Student) positions in chicken welfare, genomics, and comparative neuroscience
Public opinion across Europe demands that laying hens are kept in the highest possible welfare conditions. In Europe, this has led to a ban on battery cages, which came into effect from 2012.
  14 ESR (PhD Student) positions in chicken welfare, genomics, and comparative neuroscience
Public opinion across Europe demands that laying hens are kept in the highest possible welfare conditions. In Europe, this has led to a ban on battery cages, which came into effect from 2012.
  14 ESR (PhD Student) positions in chicken welfare, genomics, and comparative neuroscience
Public opinion across Europe demands that laying hens are kept in the highest possible welfare conditions. In Europe, this has led to a ban on battery cages, which came into effect from 2012.
  14 ESR (PhD Student) positions in chicken welfare, genomics, and comparative neuroscience
Public opinion across Europe demands that laying hens are kept in the highest possible welfare conditions. In Europe, this has led to a ban on battery cages, which came into effect from 2012.
  14 ESR (PhD Student) positions in chicken welfare, genomics, and comparative neuroscience
Public opinion across Europe demands that laying hens are kept in the highest possible welfare conditions. In Europe, this has led to a ban on battery cages, which came into effect from 2012.
  14 ESR (PhD Student) positions in chicken welfare, genomics, and comparative neuroscience
Public opinion across Europe demands that laying hens are kept in the highest possible welfare conditions. In Europe, this has led to a ban on battery cages, which came into effect from 2012.
  14 ESR (PhD Student) positions in chicken welfare, genomics, and comparative neuroscience
Public opinion across Europe demands that laying hens are kept in the highest possible welfare conditions. In Europe, this has led to a ban on battery cages, which came into effect from 2012.
  14 ESR (PhD Student) positions in chicken welfare, genomics, and comparative neuroscience
Public opinion across Europe demands that laying hens are kept in the highest possible welfare conditions. In Europe, this has led to a ban on battery cages, which came into effect from 2012.
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