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  International Max Planck Research School for Translational Psychiatry (IMPRS-TP)
The International Max Planck Research School for Translational Psychiatry (IMPRS-TP) is offering 15 PhD positions in molecular, cellular and systemic psychiatric research.
  PhD Translational Quantum Technology: translating quantum sensors and metrology devices based on atoms as probe particles into real-world applications
  Prof K Bongs
Applications accepted all year round
Quantum technology has been identified by the UK Government as a key area of innovation, moving science into real-world applications.
  Translational Cardiovascular Research, Cross-talk between adipose tissue and the cardiovascular system in humans
  Prof C Antoniades
Application Deadline: 26 July 2019
We undertake translational research by moving from bench to bedside and vice versa; our main focus is the cross-talk between adipose tissue and the cardiovascular system.
  Four-year funded PhDs in Translational Immunology, Inflammation and Cancer
Four-year funded PhDs in Translational Immunology, Inflammation and Cancer. The University of Southampton and Queen Mary University of London (QMUL) are Russell Group universities with world leading research programmes and are proud to offer Medical Research Council (MRC) funded studentships.
  The impact of translational control on host-pathogen encounters
  Dr J Hope, Dr M Hassan
Application Deadline: 20 January 2019
For project description and full application procedures please go to. https://www.ed.ac.uk/roslin/postgraduate/studentships/the-impact-of-translational-control-on-host-pathogen-encounters.
  Elucidation of the role of newly discovered post-translational modification of proteins involved in hypoxia signalling using proteomic analysis and live cell imaging
  Dr V See, Prof C E Eyers
Applications accepted all year round
The hypoxia signalling pathway is required for the adaptation of cells to a low oxygen environment, which cells can experience in various physiological and pathological circumstances related to high altitude, development, wound healing and cancer.
  MRC DiMeN Doctoral Training Partnership: Mass-spectrometry analysis and live cell/zebrafish imaging to discover the function of novel post-translational modifications occurring in hypoxia signalling
  Dr V See, Prof C Eyers, Dr P Elks, Prof S Rocha
Application Deadline: 21 January 2019
To survive, multicellular organism need to sense and respond to changes in oxygen level. Episodes of low oxygen (hypoxia) occur during many physiological processes and also in pathological circumstances such as stroke, ageing and cancer.
  (BBSRC DTP) Structural analysis of translational regulatory complexes in the Integrated stress response
  Dr A Roseman, Prof G D Pavitt, Dr J Warwicker
Application Deadline: 31 January 2019
Researching mechanisms of regulation of protein synthesis via eIF2 molecular complexes. Control of protein synthesis is critical for normal metabolism, development and responses to stress.
  Translational neuroimaging studies in rat models of regional neural disinhibition
  Dr T Bast, Prof S Jackson
Application Deadline: 20 January 2019
Neural disinhibition, i.e. reduced inhibitory GABA transmission, has been implicated in important neuropsychiatric disorders. Cortico-hippocampal disinhibition has been implicated in cognitive disorders, including schizophrenia and age-related cognitive decline1.
  Genetics and Genomics of Type 2 Diabetes: using human genetics to drive a mechanistic understanding of type 2 diabetes and to identify novel translational opportunities
  Prof M I McCarthy, Dr A Gloyn
Application Deadline: 26 July 2019
We focus on the use of human genetics to drive a mechanistic understanding of type 2 diabetes, and to identify novel translational opportunities.
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