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  Rewilding the great wood of Caledon: using remote sensing to understand natural forest regeneration in Scotland
  Dr C Ryan, Dr A Keane
Application Deadline: 10 January 2019
Scotland and the UK are deforested countries. In recent years, the entwined ideas of rewilding and natural forest regeneration have influenced land use, particularly in upland Scotland.
  Role of Actßa during development and regeneration
  Dr K Dorey, Prof E Amaya
Applications accepted all year round
TGFβ (Transforming Growth Factor β) superfamily of ligands have been characterised as important players during development, tissue homeostasis, regeneration, wound healing and tumourigenesis.
  The role of novel genes in CNS axon regeneration
  Dr Z Ahmed, Prof A Logan
Applications accepted all year round
CNS injuries result in considerable mortality and morbidity, with limited prospects of recovery for acquired disability. Lost central nervous system (CNS) neurons are not replaced and severed CNS axons do not regenerate.
  Genetic and molecular mechanisms of nervous regeneration and repair
  Dr A Hidalgo
Applications accepted all year round
The project will aim to discover novel molecular mechanisms that could promote central nervous system regeneration. The focus will be on how neurons and glia interact to match their cell populations and functions, and on the regenerative potential of glial cells.
  Glial cells in nervous system development and regeneration in the fruit-fly Drosophila
  Dr A Hidalgo
Applications accepted all year round
Looking for keen PhD students to search for the molecular mechanisms underlying glial function in repair and regeneration in the nervous system using the fruit-fly Drosophila as a model organism.
  BBSRC MIBTP - Structural Brain Plasticity in Health, Regeneration and Repair
  Research Group: BBSRC MIBTP
  Dr A Hidalgo
Applications accepted all year round
The brain is plastic. neurons and glia make adjustments in cell size and shape (dendrites, axons), in synapses, and in cell number, throughout life.
  Ultrasound stimulation of mesenchymal stem cells for tissue repair and regeneration.
  Dr B Scheven, Prof PR Cooper
Applications accepted all year round
Low-intensity ultrasound (LIUS) can be used as a non-invasive biomechanical therapy to aid and promote tissue repair and regeneration.
  Development of drug screening platforms for central nervous system regeneration
  Research Group: MRC Centre for Reproductive Health
  Dr V Miron
Application Deadline: 10 January 2019
Numerous neurological disorders are characterized by damage to the insulation surrounding nerve fibres, termed myelin, leading to nerve damage/ loss and cognitive, motor, and sensory deficits.
  Expression and function of homeobox genes during regeneration in cephalochordates
  Research Group: Biomedical Sciences Research Centre
  Dr I Somorjai
Application Deadline: 7 January 2019
Cephalochordates ("amphioxus" or "lancelet") are an ideal model for studying developmental and regenerative processes (Bertrand and Escriva 2011; Somorjai 2017).
  Harnessing long non-coding RNAs (lncRNAs) to stimulate pancreatic islet regeneration
  Research Group: School of Life Course Sciences
  Dr T Pullen
Applications accepted all year round
Are you interested in a 4 year PhD combining wet-lab experimental research with the chance to gain bioinformatics skills? This exciting project is based in King’s College London with the opportunity to spend time abroad gaining a joint-PhD with Technische Universität Dresden.
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