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  Signalling pathways maintaining human embryonic stem cells
  Prof S J Kimber, Prof D Brison
Applications accepted all year round
The aim of this project is to determine the function of novel genes predicted to have critical roles in preimplantation human development and in disease in later life.
  Transcriptional Control of Stem Cell Differentiation
  Research Group: Gene Expression
  Dr S Cowley
Applications accepted all year round
The ability to regulate the transcriptional activity of protein coding genes is one of the most fundamental processes of life. The transcriptional potential of a gene is directly related to its chromatin context, which in turn, is influenced by the covalent modification of its core histone components.
  Interneuron Development in the Zebrafish Spinal Cord
  Dr K Lewis
Applications accepted all year round
The Lewis Lab moved to Syracuse University from Cambridge University in the UK in 2010.
  Investigating modifiers transcripts in models of motor neuron disease
  Dr L Murray, Prof T Gillingwater
Application Deadline: 7 January 2019
The term ‘motor neuron disease’ refers to a group of disorders in which motor neurons are the primary target. The search for therapeutic agents to treat motor neuron disease often focuses on one subtype with a specific cause.
  Making the male: the impact of germline gene networks on plant and crop fertility
  Prof D Twell, Dr R Badge
Application Deadline: 6 January 2019
Plant fertility and food security depend upon sexual reproduction and the vital role of the male and female germlines which differentiate to produce sperm and female (egg) gametes.
  The mechanism and intervention of acute renal injury
  Dr B Yang, Prof N J Brunskill
Applications accepted all year round
The Kidney Lifestyle research team run a broad translational research into Acute kidney injury (AKI). This has high mortality with 13 million incidences globally contributing to 1.7 million deaths every year.
  Characterization and functional analysis of a novel cancer-associated gene
  Dr JP de Magalhaes
Applications accepted all year round
In order to identify new candidate cancer-related genes, our lab developed a bioinformatics “guilt-by-association” method to identify and rank genes that are co-expressed with known cancer-related genes.
  A mechanistic understanding of circadian clock-dependent regulation of the secretory pathway
  Prof K E Kadler, Dr Q-J Meng, Dr J Swift
Applications accepted all year round
The protein secretory pathway comprises a series of membranous compartments and transport vesicles that cells use to synthesise, post-translationally modify, and move proteins for delivery to the plasma membrane or for secretion to the extracellular matrix.
  Mapping the circadian clock-dependent regulation of the secretory pathway
  Prof K E Kadler, Dr Q-J Meng
Applications accepted all year round
The protein secretory pathway in cells comprises a series of membranous compartments and transport vesicles that the cell uses to synthesise, post-translationally modify, and move proteins for delivery to the plasma membrane or for secretion to the extracellular matrix.
  New insights into cell cycle-dependent control of transcription: implications for cancer
  Prof A Sharrocks, Dr P Shore
Applications accepted all year round
Defects in the cell cycle are the underlying basis to cancer. Work in my lab is aimed at understanding the molecular basis to tumourigenesis through studying pathways which impact on the cell cycle and are deregulated in cancer.
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