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  Methods for quantitative genetic analyses in autotetraploids
  Prof Z Luo
Applications accepted all year round
Methods for quantitative genetic analysis have been well established in almost all important diploid plants and animal including humans, and have served as essential tools for dissecting the genetic architectures underlying agronomically, evolutionarily and medically interesting quantitative and complex traits.
  MRC Precision Medicine DTP: Quantitative proteomic analysis of dysregulated adhesion protein localisation in patient-derived cancer cells
  Research Group: Edinburgh Cancer Research Centre
  Dr A Byron, Prof M Frame, Prof R Zubarev, Dr A Sims
Application Deadline: 8 April 2019
Summary. This project seeks to use proteomic data and computational approaches to identify signatures of cell adhesion proteins that are mislocalised in cells from brain cancer patients.
  Resolving the cortex with ultra-high resolution MRI to detect epileptic lesions
  Prof C Prieto
Applications accepted all year round
Epilepsy is the most common neurological condition in children and the most common cause is cortical malformations. We have been developing high quality quantitative structural Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) to allow these to be more optimally detected.
  Quantitative Risk Assessment for Food Safety (allergens, microbial pathogens or chemical contaminants)
  Prof N Strachan, Dr F Perez-Reche
Applications accepted all year round
This project will use computational methods to assess risks. An expectation of the society we live in is that the food that we eat is safe.
  Quantitative structure/skin-permeation relationships (QSPeRs); an investigation of the relevance of parameters determined with biomembrane-mimicking systems for the predictability of drug partitioning into skin
  Research Group: Medicines Development and Pharmaceutical Sciences
  Dr X Liu, Prof D J Tobin
Applications accepted all year round
The transdermal route has many advantages over other routes for the delivery of drugs with systemic activity. These include the ease of use (and withdrawal in the occurrence of side-effects), avoidance of first-pass metabolism, and improved patient compliance.
  Quantitative Aspects of Number Theory
  Dr C Frei
Applications accepted all year round
The aim of this project is to investigate problems in number theory that have a quantitative component. Typically, the problems would involve some algebraic objects, such as algebraic number fields or rational points on algebraic varieties.
  Molecular dissection of activity-dependent neuronal signalling pathways using quantitative proteomics
  Dr M Collins
Applications accepted all year round
Recent proteomic investigations have identified several thousand proteins in biochemically purified synapses and have uncovered multiprotein complexes essential for synapse function.
  Quantitative interactomics to identify cellular pathways affected in Spinal Muscular Atrophy
  Research Group: Biomedical Sciences Research Centre
  Dr J Sleeman, Prof S Parson
Application Deadline: 5 April 2019
The Sleeman group is interested in the molecular and cellular mechanisms that lead to symptoms in the inherited motor neurone disease, Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA).
  PhD Studentship Opportunity in Quantitative Photoluminescence Imaging of Compound Semiconductors (iCASE project)
  Prof S Sweeney, Dr S Clowes
Application Deadline: 30 March 2019
We seek a candidate to work on the development of novel metrology for spatial characterisation of compound semiconductor materials, through an iCASE studentship (industrial Cooperative Awards in Science and Technology).
  Modelling Short- and Long-Term Effects of Air Pollution and Temperature on Population Health and Mortality
  Prof H Kulu
Application Deadline: 10 April 2019
Supervisor(s). Prof Hill Kulu and Dr Urška Demšar. Deadline for Application. 10th April 2019. Project Description. We invite applications from qualified and highly motivated students for an ESRC funded 3-year PhD Studentship to study environmental effects on population health.
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