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Unravelling key regulators of neutrophil behaviour in live tissue using advanced microscopy technology

Neutrophils represent a major arm of the innate immune defence system, that can tailor their behaviour to support organ homeostasis and mount tissue specific and transcriptionally regulated inflammatory response1. Read more
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Genomic landscape of neutrophil states in inflammation: morphology, behaviour, function and interactions

Neutrophils represent a major arm of the innate immune defence system, with a long- held view of them being transcriptionally inactive, fast responders, mobilised in response to microbial and tissue insults. Read more

Investigating hepatic p53-mediated neutrophil suppression in non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (Reference SHLS22100)

  Research Group: Molecular Mechanisms and Long Term Conditions
Liver cancer is a common and lethal disease with few treatment options. Rates of liver cancer in Scotland are highest in the UK for both women and men (both approximately 1.5 times higher than average). 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

Precision Medicine DTP - Using single transcriptomic and genetic manipulation to investigate the cellular interaction in preneoplastic cell development niche

  Research Group: Centre for Inflammation Research
Additional Supervisor. Thomas Otto [University of Glasgow]. Background. Tumourigenesis is initiated by a single cell acquiring an oncogenic mutation, which drives preneoplastic cell (PNC) development. Read more

MicroRNA networks in skin inflammation

Are you interested in skin immunology and inflammation and/or post-transcriptional gene regulation? Do you want to pursue a PhD in an environment supported by a supervisory team including immunologists (. Read more

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