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  PhD In Infection & Immunity - Profiling superantigen-induced immunosupression of unconventional T cells during severe sepsis
  Dr J McLaren, Prof M Eberl, Prof D Price
Application Deadline: 27 February 2019
Sepsis is a life-threatening illness that is triggered by an exaggerated immune response to severe infection. This unbalanced reaction induces hyperinflammation, shock and organ dysfunction that forms the primary cause of death in hospitalised patients.
  MRC DiMeN Doctoral Training Partnership: Harnessing T cells to target brain metastases
  Dr M Lorger, Dr R Salmond, Prof J Newton-Bishop
Application Deadline: 21 January 2019
An MRC-funded PhD student position is available to explore how T cells can be harnessed to enhance the efficacy of immune checkpoint inhibitors in melanoma brain metastases.
  Role of vitamin D in neuroinflammation
  Research Group: Centre for Clinical Brain Sciences
  Dr D Sieger, Dr A Astier
Application Deadline: 7 February 2019
T cells play a central role in the inflammation occurring in multiple sclerosis (MS), and migration of activated T cells into the CNS is key to MS pathogenesis.
  Defining targets modulating anti-tumour immune effectors in vivo
  Dr E Roberts
Application Deadline: 11 January 2019
The Cancer Research UK Beatson Institute in Glasgow is one of the world-leading centres for cancer research. The Institute provides an outstanding research environment, underpinned by state-of-the-art core services and advanced technologies with special emphasis on imaging, metabolomics and in vivo models of cancer.
  PhD in Infection & Immunity - Modifying human cytomegaloviruses to drive expansion of effector natural killer and cytotoxic T cells
  Dr E Wang, Dr R Stanton
Application Deadline: 27 February 2019
Natural Killer (NK) cells and CD8+ cytotoxic T lymphocytes (CTL) are immune cells known to kill cancerous and virus-infected cells and are being used to treat forms of these diseases.
  Function of a novel ‘eat-me’ signal on HIV-1-infected and dying cells
  Prof Q Sattentau
Application Deadline: 11 January 2019
Macrophages are cells of the innate immune system that have the essential functions of eliminating infectious agents, removing infected, dying and dead cells, and inducing, regulating and resolving inflammation.
  Using T cells to eradicate cancer
  Prof T. Tiganis
Applications accepted all year round
The Tiganis Laboratory is seeking a highly enthusiastic student to conduct research in immuno-oncology and the development of novel immunotherapeutic approaches for the treatment of cancer.
  Cross-presentation of exogenous ROP proteins by antigen presenting cells to MHC class I and class II pathways
  Dr S Jiang, Dr N Burgess-Brown
Application Deadline: 11 January 2019
Immunotherapy including therapeutic vaccines provides great hope for cancer treatment. Understanding the mechanisms of antigen presentation is helpful for optimal design of an immunotherapy.
  Developmental immunology: The molecular and cellular biology of thymus development and function
  Prof G Holländer
Application Deadline: 11 January 2019
The thymus is the primary lymphoid organ for the generation of naïve T cells. The laboratory’s scientific focus is to define the genetic control of thymus development and function in health and disease.
  Novel microscopy approaches for investigating relation between the spatio-temporal dynamics of actin filaments and Ca2+ response patterns during T-cell activation
  Dr M Fritzsche, Prof M Dustin
Application Deadline: 11 January 2019
A pivotal event promoting adaptive immune responses is binding of antigens to antigen receptors and subsequent actin cytoskeleton reorganisations resulting in receptor microcluster (MC) formation, intracellular signalling, and ultimately immunological synapse (IS) formation.
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