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Investigating locus coeruleus function in autism mouse models

Applications are invited for one 3.5 year full-time fully funded PhD studentship in the lab of Dr Rebecca Jordan within the Simons Initiative for the Developing Brain at the University of Edinburgh. Read more
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Developmental timing in mouse, human and chimeric stem cell models

About the Project. The Babraham Institute is a world-leader in fundamental biological research investigating the systems that underpin development and healthy ageing. Read more

Patterns and processes underlying genetic and adaptive variation in the Namaqua rock mouse (Micaelamys namaquensis) from southern Africa

Small mammals provide important ecosystem services as pollinators and seed dispersers (Jones and Safi 2011). They also aerate soil, regulate insect populations, support forest regeneration and are a food source for snakes, bird of prey and carnivores (Pearce & Venier 2005). Read more

Enhancing the face validity of mouse models of single gene childhood-onset epilepsies

  Research Group: Centre of Genomic and Experimental Medicine
·        Background. The ease of use of gene editing tools developed over the last 5 years has resulted in many new models of genetic epilepsies that recapitulate clinical mutations precisely. Read more
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EASTBIO: The role of synapse protein lifetime in memory

  Research Group: Centre for Clinical Brain Sciences
Understanding the mechanisms of memory formation and how these change across the lifespan remains a major scientific question, impacting language acquisition in children to cognitive decline in old age. Read more

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