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proteomic PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 51 proteomic PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

Experimental and computational Cancer PhD: Overcoming osteosarcoma chemoresistance by characterizing and targeting cellular quiescence

Cancer is the leading cause of death in children and the second in young adults in England and Wales. Sarcomas, tumours that originate from connective tissues (bone, muscle, fat), account for around 15% of childhood cancers. Read more

Novel glycoprotease discovery and characterisation for enhanced detergent performance

In this exciting joint academia-industry project the student will exploit metagenomes and the huge untapped capacity of the human gut microbiota to breakdown glycoconjugates to discover novel protease enzymes that can potentially increase the performance and environmental sustainability of leading P&G automatic dishwashing brands. Read more

Synthesis of Novel Organic Probes for the Study of Lipid-Lipid Interactions

Lipids are diverse and principal components of the cell and are involved in a vast array of processes ranging from their well-known structural importance in cell membranes, through to energy storage and participation in signalling pathways. Read more

Exploring Molecular Pathways for Improved Neural Regeneration in Spinal Cord Injury

In the UK, 50,000 people currently live with spinal cord injury (SCI), and an additional 2,500 new cases are reported annually. SCI results in a permanent loss of sensation and movement, serving as a primary cause of paralysis for which effective treatments are currently unavailable. Read more

Diagnostics for FMF patients and carrier survival in pandemics

Background. Familial Mediterranean Fever (FMF) is a rare inherited genetic disease where patients acquire a mutation on the pyrin gene leading to excessive inflammasome activation and excessive inflammation. Read more

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