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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.
  Genetics of quantitative traits through a multi-omic approach
  Research Group: BBSRC MIBTP
  Prof Z Luo
Application Deadline: 6 January 2019
Most characters of any living organism are polygenically controlled and environmentally modified, including those threatening human health and those important in breeding for high yield, better quality and improved adaption of animals, plants and microbes.
  Statistical methods for integrating intermediate quantitative phenotypes in rare disease genetic association analysis
  Dr E Turro, Dr W Astle, Dr D Greene
Application Deadline: 3 January 2019
Only half of the approximately 7,000 known rare heritable disorders of humans have an established molecular basis.
  Dissecting quantitative variation in the plant circadian clock
  Prof S J Davis, Dr J Pitchford
Application Deadline: 7 January 2019
The seasonal timing of growth is critical for plant performance under both ecological and agricultural settings. The circadian clock holds a key place in such seasonal adaptation as crop adaptations to agriclimatic zones is realised.
  Measuring the sp3/sp2 carbon content ratio in a single nanodiamond using quantitative optical microscopy
  Prof P Borri, Prof O Williams
Applications accepted all year round
Nanoparticles have attracted enormous attention in the past decade for applications ranging from photonics devices to labelling and drug delivery in biology and medicine.
  NERC funded studentships in the Quantitative and Modelling Skills in Ecology and Evolution CDT
The Quantitative and Modelling Skills in Ecology and Evolution (QMEE) CDT is pleased to announce the competition launch of 8 NERC-funded PhD studentships starting in October 2019.
  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: 7 January 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.
  3D quantitative analysis of textures in palaeobiology: environments, taphonomy and exceptional preservation
  Prof M Purnell, Prof S E Gabbott
Application Deadline: 21 January 2019
The roughness or texture of surfaces is intuitively obvious and, at a course scale, easily discernible through touch and sight. We can see and feel that some bedding surfaces are rougher than others, or that some parts of an exceptionally preserved fossils appear smoother than the matrix, or other parts of the fossil.
  Development of image-based method for the quantitative assessment of cartilage damage from CT images as a biomarker in osteoarthritis
  Dr NH Lim, Dr B Papiez
Application Deadline: 11 January 2019
A major hurdle in the development of disease modifying osteoarthritis (OA) drugs is that there is no robust quantitative biomarker for the disease.
  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.
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