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Metal-based DNA Hybrid Nanomaterials

We are currently recruiting a candidate to undertake fundamental studies in the design and intrinsic self-assembly of DNA in the presence of metals for next-generation sensors and drug delivery systems. Read more

In silico dynamic thermography on a human skin digital twin for the identification of new biomarkers in skin cancer detection

Project summary. Infrared thermography has demonstrated great potential in disease screening and detection, with applications in vascular disorder diagnostics, breast cancer detection, fever screening and dermatology. Read more

Identification of novel cortical interneuron regulators implicated in neuropsychiatric disorders

Despite representing only ~20% of the entire neuronal population in the neocortex, the GABAergic (Gamma-Aminobutyric Acid) inhibitory interneurons play a pivotal role in most cortical functions. Read more
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SFI Centre for Research Training in Genomic Data Science: Multi-Omic prediction of treatment induced vulnerabilities to develop more effective treatments for Colorectal Cancer

  Research Group: The Patrick G Johnston Centre for Cancer Research
Start date. 1 September 2022. Large scale functional genomics screens using genome-wide CRISPR screens have enabled the identification of cancer-specific vulnerabilities or “synthetic lethalities” (SLs) at an unprecedented scale. Read more

An omics approach to understand and treat KMT2C-related neurodevelopmental disorder using induced pluripotent stem cells and CRISPR-Cas9

Background. We recently identified a novel human syndrome caused by mutations in a gene called KMT2C1. Patients with this condition predominantly have developmental delay and intellectual disability indicating the important function of this gene in brain’s normal development and function. Read more

Investigating the pathogenesis of human papillomavirus (HPV) in anal cancers

Infection with human papillomavirus (HPV) is associated with ~5% of all human cancers, in particular cervical cancer. Whilst less common, HPV is also associated with the vast majority (~93%) of anal cancers in the UK. Read more

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