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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.
  Interrogating the role of vascular microenvironments during T cell development
  Dr A Kusumbe, Prof M Dustin
Application Deadline: 11 January 2019
The Project. The thymic microenvironment harbours a hierarchical system of lymphoid/T cell progenitors and supports T cell development which is crucial forgeneration of adaptive immune diversity.
  Delineating transcriptional pathways that limit anti-cancer T cell function
  Dr I Parish
Applications accepted all year round
During cancer growth, cytotoxic T cells that would normally kill cancer cells lose their function in a process called exhaustion.
  Control of T cell responses by accessory receptors
  Dr O Dushek
Application Deadline: 11 January 2019
T cells orchestrate immune responses crucial for the elimination of infections and cancers. They do this by initiating a diverse set of effector responses when their T cell surface receptors (TCRs) recognize these threats.
  Machine Learning and Integrative Approaches in Immunology: Developing machine-learning and mathematical models to understand heterogeneity of response to personalised cancer immunotherapy
  Dr H Koohy, Prof V Cerundolo, Prof T Dong, Prof A Simmons
Application Deadline: 11 January 2019
Cancer immunology is an area of cancer research that is gaining tremendous momentum. However, responses to immunotherapy are heterogeneous and patient care could be substantially improved by better understanding of how and why responses to immunotherapeutic approaches vary in different patients.
  Laser-free high-resolution localisation and dynamics microscopy in controlled complex cellular environments
  Dr J Bernadino de la Serna, Prof M Booth
Application Deadline: 25 January 2019
Keywords. Superresolution microscopy, live-cell single molecule imaging, cell sensing and remodelling dynamics, T cell Biology, Immunophysics and Immunoengineering.
  How is fate determined during T cell development, leukemogenesis and responses?
  Dr S. Russell
Applications accepted all year round
Understanding how cell fate programming works will lead to improved diagnostic and therapeutic opportunities for leukemia, and to improved immunotherapies for cancer and infectious disease.
  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.
  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.
  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.
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