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Investigating the impact of CF therapeutics beyond the airways using nanosensing technology

The impact of CF therapeutics beyond the airways. The cystic fibrosis transmembrane conductance regulator (CFTR) is an anion channel that is important for both chloride (Cl-) and bicarbonate (HCO. Read more

The Liver Metastatic Niche

About us. The CRUK Beatson Institute where the candidate will be based is a world leading cancer research institute, situated in the vibrant city of Glasgow in Scotland and hosting approximately 60 postdoctoral researcher scientists at any one time. Read more

The Lung Metastatic Niche

About us. The CRUK Beatson Institute where the candidate will be based is a world leading cancer research institute, situated in the vibrant city of Glasgow in Scotland and hosting approximately 60 postdoctoral researcher scientists at any one time. Read more

MSc by Research: PET-CT to characterise neutrophilic inflammation in bronchiectasis

Bronchiectasis is a chronic inflammatory disease characterised by persistent neutrophilic inflammation in the airways. The disease is common worldwide but particularly in Asia where it is a common complication of tuberculosis. Read more

Antimicrobial potency of the airway epithelium in health and disease

Background. Human lungs must balance elimination of a myriad of toxic or pathogenic particles inhaled daily with maintenance of tissue homeostasis to avoid lung disease and ultimately respiratory failure. Read more

MSc by Research: Probing the interplay between IL-33 and GPCR signalling

The immune system plays important roles in both the response to infection and in tissue repair and homeostasis. It is a complex system made up of multiple specialised cell types, each of which must communicate with each other to coordinate an effective response. Read more

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