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  Multilevel modelling of neuronal function: combining metabotropic pathways and membrane excitability in-silico.
  Dr F Tamagnini, Dr M Tindall
Application Deadline: 23 February 2019
Neurons work as information relays. They integrate information received from the environment at the subcellular scale, generating an appropriate electrophysiological response.
  Understanding the effects of brain disease on what functional brain imaging signals are telling us about neuronal activity
  Dr C Martin
Applications accepted all year round
Functional brain imaging methods such as functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) have already revolutionized how we can study the processes and functioning of the healthy human brain and are making an increasing impact on our understanding on what goes wrong in disease of the brain.
  Sensing and Imaging Synaptic Vesicle Trafficking and Neurotransmitter Release - A Novel Opto-Synaptic Interface
  Prof F Vollmer
Application Deadline: 31 January 2019
The University of Exeter (UoE) and Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore are offering six fully funded postgraduate studentships to undertake collaborative research projects at the two institutions, leading to PhD degrees (split-site) to be conferred either by the UoE or NTU.
  Fractional order modelling of neurons
  Dr S Hadjiloucas, Dr E Delivopoulos
Applications accepted all year round
Fractional order calculus (integro-differential equations that are of non-integral order) is an emerging methodology with wide applications across all areas of Physics and Engineering.
  Neuromorphic Nanophotonic Systems for Artificial Intelligence
  Dr A Hurtado, Dr M Strain
Application Deadline: 15 February 2019
Start date. March 2019. Duration. 3 yrs. Background. Neuromorphic Photonics is an emerging discipline focusing on the development of light-enabled technologies inspired by the powerful computational capabilities of the brain for novel paradigms in information processing beyond traditional digital systems.
  Modelling the neuronal cell biology of human ageing in vitro.
  Dr A Vagnoni, Prof C Shaw
Application Deadline: 1 February 2019
This project is part of an exciting collaboration between the laboratory of Dr Alessio Vagnoni (Department of Basic and Clinical Neuroscience, KCL) and the Neuroplasticity working group at Eli Lilly (Surrey, UK).
  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).
  BBSRC MIBTP - Identification of pathways deregulating neuronal ELAV/Hu RNA binding proteins and alternative splicing in neurodegeneration
  Research Group: BBSRC MIBTP
  Dr M Soller, Dr M Tomlinson
Applications accepted all year round
ELAV/Hu proteins comprise a family of highly conserved neuronal RNA binding proteins important for the development of the nervous system and for neuronal functions.
  MRC DiMeN Doctoral Training Partnership: Discovering the neuronal signalling mechanism at the heart of cardiac arrhythmias
  Dr I Jayasinghe, Prof N Gamper, Prof E White
Application Deadline: 21 January 2019
Background. Cardiac arrhythmias are a leading cause of mortality and long-term morbidity worldwide. Over 25% of these originate in the heart’s electrically-autonomous (pacemaking) cells without a detectable heart attack.
  How sequence recognition emerges from neuronal activity
  Prof M Maravall
Application Deadline: 31 January 2019
The world around us is replete with stimuli that unfold over time and whose temporal structure is essential to their meaning. A patterned stream of sounds such as music or speech, or a surface scanned by our fingertips, can only be identified by sensing the order and timing of the constituent notes, phonemes or ridges.
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