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Biological Rhythms and Neuronal Pharmacology

We are pleased to offer the opportunity for a self-funded PhD student to join our research teams within the School of Pharmacy, University of Kent and the Department of Clinical Neurosciences, University of Oxford. Read more

Biological Rhythms and Neuronal Pharmacology

We are pleased to offer the opportunity for a self-funded PhD student to join our research teams within the School of Pharmacy, University of Kent and the Department of Clinical Neurosciences, University of Oxford. Read more

Investigating microvascular dysfunction in sickle cell disease (SCD)

Cerebrovascular disease is a leading cause of mortality worldwide, with numbers on the rise. It is a serious complication of a number of disease states, including sickle cell disease (SCD), an inherited autosomal recessive disorder, resulting from a single amino acid substitution in the haemoglobin β chain. Read more

Modelling the effect of ageing in silico and on Drosophila and mouse clock neurons

Supervisors. Dr James Hodge (University of Bristol) Second supervisor. Prof Krasimira Tsaneva-Atanasova (University of Exeter) Dr Mino Belle (University of Exeter), Prof Hugh Piggins (University of Bristol). Read more

Modelling the role of L-type voltage-gated calcium channels (CACNA1C) in behaviour and mental health

Primary supervisor. Dr James Hodge (Bristol), Prof Jeremy Hall (Cardiff). CACNA1C regulates neuronal excitability underlying memory, sleep and circadian rhythms and has been associated with schizophrenia, autism, bipolar disorder and ADHD. Read more

To investigate the pharmacological responses of senolytics in cancer

Chemotherapy causes cancer cells to become senescent and increased resistance to standard-of-care cancer therapies. Senescent cells stop dividing but remain metabolically active. Read more

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