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nematode PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 11 nematode PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

Plant Nematology

Introduction. The Plant Nematology Laboratory is an internationally recognised group working to understand the interactions between parasitic nematodes and their plant hosts. Read more

MSc By Research: Understanding the mechanism of an essential nematode gene expression process

The MSc by Research programme at the University of Aberdeen is for students interested in a research-intensive master's degree. It is designed specifically to enhance your skills for a PhD or research career. Read more

Cellular mechanisms of equal chromosome segregation and genome stability

The PhD project will investigate how chromosomes segregate equally in each cell division through epigenetic regulation of the centromere, and how cells respond in stress conditions to maintain genome instability. Read more

International Max Planck Research School "From Molecules to Organisms"

The International Max Planck Research School (IMPRS) “From Molecules to Organisms” provides excellent interdisciplinary training across the disciplines of structural, molecular, cellular and developmental biology as well as bioinformatics, genomics and evolutionary biology. Read more

International Max Planck Research School "From Molecules to Organisms"

The International Max Planck Research School (IMPRS) “From Molecules to Organisms” provides excellent interdisciplinary training across the disciplines of structural, molecular, cellular and developmental biology as well as bioinformatics, genomics and evolutionary biology. Read more

MSc by Research: Analysis of the involvement of mechanosensory system in food search and feeding behaviour

Animals rely on their sensory system to find food and avoid predators. Although olfaction and gustation have been well studied, effect of mechanosensation on food search is underexplored although touch is used frequently in human infants. Read more
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