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translational PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 195 translational PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

Fully funded (and no tuition) PhD program in psychiatric, translational research and basic Neuroscience with the option for a residency track for medical doctors.

We welcome applications starting on August 15, 2023 for a start in fall 2024 (deadline October 31, 2023). The International Max Planck Research School for Translational Psychiatry (IMPRS-TP) is offering PhD positions in molecular, cellular, and systemic psychiatric research to outstanding students. Read more

Development of a novel translational spectrometer to investigate non-thermal chemistry

A fully funded 4-year PhD studentship is available to a start in September 2024 within the new research group of Dr Jemma Gibbard (https://www.durham.ac.uk/staff/jemma-gibbard/) at Durham University. . Read more
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PhD Studentship in Human Movement Sciences: modelling foot support in older adults for optimal balance analysis

Award summary. 100% of UK home tuition fees paid and annual living expenses of £18,622 (23/24 full award). A successful international candidate needs to fund the difference between the UK and international fees. . Read more

PhD Studentship: Characterising and validating turn strategies in the real-world in people with Parkinson’s disease.

Award summary. 100% of Home tuition fees paid and annual living expenses of £14,553 (full award). International applicants are welcome to apply but successful international candidates will be required to make up the difference between the home fees and international fees. . Read more

Mechanisms of co-translational protein assembly

Proteins are synthesised on the ribosome as linear polypeptides that in most cases must fold into defined 3-D structures to be biologically active. Read more

Massively Parallel Interrogation of Insulin Receptor Function to Accelerate Diagnosis and Facilitate Translational Research

Project Background. Increasing next generation sequencing (NGS) in diagnostic laboratories means that rare variants in disease genes such as the INSR gene, encoding the insulin receptor, are being discovered at a rapidly increasing rate. Read more
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Role of soluble cytokine receptors in control of inflammation

Sepsis and septic shock severely remodel the immune system, leaving the patients vulnerable to recurrent infection and overall decline of health related quality of life. Read more

Developing novel targeted therapeutic approaches through induced-proximity of proteins

Protein post-translational code is at the heart of protein function and signal transduction in cells. Enzymes catalyse the addition or removal of post-translational modifications (PTM), such as phosphorylation, methylation, acetylation, and ubiquitylation, on proteins. Read more

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