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next generation sequencing PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 20 next generation sequencing PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

Decoding the epigenetic mechanisms of drug resistance in aggressive breast cancers

Breast cancers pose a major health burden to modern world as being the most common cancer in women. Estrogen receptor (ER), the classical marker of 70% these cancers, is the nuclear receptor important for cancer progression. Read more

Somatic changes to mitochondria DNA in cancer development

Background. Mitochondria are membrane-bound cell organelles that are critical for energy production and cell metabolism. Mitochondria are located in the cytoplasm of cells and have their own DNA that is circular and approximately 17 kb. Read more

Development and application of recombinant antibodies to map pathology-related changes in glycosaminoglycans on breast cancer cells

The School of Veterinary Medicine and Science (SVMS) undertakes a wide range of research from improving knowledge of fundamental biological processes, disease control including developing diagnostics and therapeutics, through to animal health and welfare, and population studies. Read more

Developing synthetic microbial communities for the control of pea downy mildew

Demand for food production is increasing due to growing global population, reduced land availability for agriculture, concern over the effects of the environment on agriculture, and decreasing yield reliability because of climate change. Read more

Cell biology and evolution of cancer metastasis

We are interested in the spread of cancer, a process called metastasis. Metastasis is responsible for the majority of cancer deaths and there are currently no effective treatments to stop this process. Read more

Development of CRISPR based technology in schistosome bloodflukes

Schistosomiasis is a serious global problem and the second most devastating parasitic disease after malaria. Currently, there is no effective vaccine available and treatment is entirely dependent on praziquantel chemotherapy, which raises significant potential threat to public health should drug resistance develop. Read more

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