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  Regulation of neuronal excitability and synaptic transmission by metabolic demand in health and disease
  Prof I D Forsythe, Dr J Steinert
Application Deadline: 6 January 2019
The brain uses vast metabolic resources to maintain electrical excitability and to integrate sensory information (Harris et al., 2012).
  A Tidal Clock: Circadian and Circatidal Rhythms in a Marine Intertidal Crustacean
  Dr D Wilcockson
Application Deadline: 17 January 2019
This project is part of a competition funded through the Aberystwyth University ’AberDoc’ scheme (https://www.aber.ac.uk/en/postgrad/fees-finance/uk-eu/research-competition/) and is in collaboration with Leicester University (Professor Bambos Kyriacou) and Cambridge MRC-LMB (Dr Michael Hastings).
  PhD project on Epigenetic Mechanisms in Neuroscience: uncovering the role of three dimensional chromatin organization
  Dr E Elliott
Applications accepted all year round
We are seeking an enthusiastic student for a novel project on the epigenetic basis of behavior. The goal of the project, under the direct supervision of Dr.
  Discovering zinc signalling mechanisms to prevent breast cancer progression
  Dr K Taylor
Applications accepted all year round
Zinc is essential for all living cells, yet the true extent of its role is only now emerging and is fully suggestive of a complexity and importance of that attributed to calcium.
  Stem cell transplant efficacy in Parkinson’s disease
  Dr E Lane
Applications accepted all year round
Parkinson’s disease is a movement disorder, primarily caused by the loss of nigrostriatal dopamine. Drug therapies are effective in early stages of the disease but new interventions are required in mid to late disease stages.
  Understanding how age and gender influence the development of Alzheimer’s disease
  Dr E Kidd
Applications accepted all year round
Alzheimer’s disease is a progressive, incurable, neurodegenerative disease. It is characterised by increasing memory loss and is associated with very high socioeconomic costs.
  Neural circuitry underlying goal directed search behaviour in Drosophila larvae
  Dr C Larsen, Dr M Meyer
Applications accepted all year round
Animals including humans make choices continuously based in past experience, present sensory input and internal state. A major goal in neuroscience is to identify the neural circuits underlying goal directed choices and to elucidate the neural computation driving goal orientated behaviour.
  Biological significance, predictive value and targeting of the HER family members in pancreatic cancer
  Prof H Modjtahedi
Applications accepted all year round
Despite major advances in imaging technologies, surgery, chemotherapy, radiotherapy and targeted therapy of cancer in the last few decades, pancreatic cancer remains as one of the most aggressive and fatal types of human cancer.
  Investigating metabolic changes in neurodegeneration
  Dr F Mackenzie, Dr M Stolinski
Applications accepted all year round
This 3-year PhD will study the increasingly recognised association between metabolic disease and neurodegeneration using in vitro cell culture methods.
  Investigating neuronal patterning and development
  Dr F Mackenzie, Prof A Walker, Dr N Hill
Applications accepted all year round
This 3-year PhD will study molecular and cellular mechanisms of neuronal patterning and neural development using ex vivo/in vitro methods (mouse/human tissue/cells) and/or in vivo methods (invertebrates).
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