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  The repair of damaged tissue by mitochondrial transplantation.
  Dr R Southworth, Dr T Eykyn
Applications accepted all year round

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Mitochondrial injury and mitochondrial dysfunction are central to numerous diseases, from myocardial infarction to stroke, neurogenerative diseases, inborn errors of metabolism, and drug toxicity.
  Magnetostrictive 4D printing for aircraft damage monitoring and repair
  Prof N Morley
Application Deadline: 21 June 2019

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The project aims to use additive layer manufacturing to develop 4D magnetostrictive structures for use in structural health monitoring of carbon fibre composites.
  Investigating the requisites of increasing the reuse of waste electrical and electronic equipment in the UK
  Dr E Iacovidou
Applications accepted all year round

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Waste minimisation is key to implementing the circular economy. Circular economy is a concept that promotes the efficient use of resources, by retaining them in the economy for as long as possible, thereby increasing their longevity.
  The mitral valve: next generation of cardiovascular engineering replacement devices and materials
  Dr D Espino
Applications accepted all year round

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Severe heart valve failure can require surgical repair or replacement of the mitral valve. Current medical devices do not fully exploit the next generation of materials, or their design, for targeted patient treatment and monitoring.
  Chromatin and maintenance of genome stability
  Dr A Chambers
Applications accepted all year round

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Within eukaryotes, DNA is packaged into chromatin. The basic unit of chromatin is the nucleosome, formed by the wrapping of ~147 bp of DNA around an octamer of histones proteins.
  Adapting and testing the feasibility of an enhanced community-based rehabilitation programme following hip fracture for people with dementia or cognitive impairment
  Prof N Williams
Applications accepted all year round

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Background. Proximal femoral fracture (commonly referred to as hip fracture) is a major health problem in the frail elderly [1], and 42% have cognitive impairment [2].
  Understanding the role of HoxA9 in chemotherapy resistance of Acute Myeloid Leukaemia (AML)
  Dr M Esposito
Applications accepted all year round

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Acute Myeloid Leukaemia (AML) is a rare but yet deadly form of blood cancer. Genome-wide expression arrays and RNA sequencing have contributed to unravelling the leukaemia signature genes.
  A dynamic biomaterial-ligand tethering strategy for tissue engineering
  Dr C Spicer, Prof D K Smith
Applications accepted all year round

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Biomaterials that can trigger the repair of damaged tissues have the potential to revolutionise the way we treat disease. Materials that can present cells and tissues with powerful biochemical signals, through attached peptides, proteins, and carbohydrates, are particularly effective at controlling regeneration.
  Improving the aerodynamic performance of offshore wind turbines.
  Prof S Hogg, Dr G Ingram
Applications accepted all year round

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Fully-Funded Doctoral Studentship in improving the aerodynamic performance of offshore wind turbines. Supervisors. Prof Simon Hogg & Dr Grant Ingram.
  MSc by Research: Investigating macrophage gene expression in regeneration of the heart
  Dr R Richardson, Prof P B Martin
Application Deadline: 30 June 2019

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An MSc by Research position is available for one year supervised by Dr Rebecca Richardson at the University of Bristol, in collaboration with Professor Paul Riley, University of Oxford.
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