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Cell Biology / Development PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Australia

We have 16 Cell Biology / Development PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Australia

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We have 16 Cell Biology / Development PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Australia

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Experimental approaches to the evolution of anisogamy in a single celled alga

  Research Group: Centre for Evolutionary Biology
We are looking for a talented student to conduct their PhD on the evolutionary biology of anisogamy. Anisogamy is the difference in size between male and female gametes and is the driver of sexual selection and the evolution of the sexes. Read more

Holsworth Biomedical Microscopy Research Scholarship

A fully-funded PhD stipend is available in Dr Donna Whelan's lab at La Trobe University, Bendigo, Australia. Background. The scholarship will be awarded to an outstanding applicant who is keen to undertake interdisciplinary biomedical research in a collaborative and innovative laboratory. Read more

Toronto-Melbourne Joint PhD opportunity on Multi-drug resistant pathogen

Klebsiella pneumoniae is a globally significant multi-drug resistant pathogen. Our recent studies investigating the chemical biology of this bacterium have identified numerous uncharacterised pathways involved in the acquisition of the essential metal zinc from the host. Read more

Joint PhD Hebrew University of Jerusalem-Melbourne project: Cell-scale MRI

One funded project is available on. Cell-Scale MRI. as part of a joint PhD collaboration between The University of Melbourne (UoM) and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel (HUJI). Read more

Targeting DNA replication and repair in human cancer cells

DNA replication is the fundamental mechanism of genetic inheritance and an essential process for all cellular life. In cancer cells, replication is corrupted and replication forks frequently stall and collapse causing DNA damage and copying errors that drive tumorigenesis. Read more

Cancer therapy endocytosis

This is a project which aims to investigate how tumours and normal tissue internalise drugs such as cancer therapy antibodies in real in vivo models and in patients. Read more

Biological modelling of FGFR1-altered paediatric cancers to identify effective therapeutic strategies

  Research Group: Translational Tumour Biology
Genomic analysis of over 400 paediatric cancer patients (by the Zero Childhood Cancer Program) has identified the recurrence of alterations, including single nucleotide variants, gene fusions, and intragenic deletions affecting the fibroblast growth factor receptor 1 (FGFR1) gene in a range of cancer types. Read more

Integrative data analysis: from novel biomarker-drug response associations to predicting effective drug combinations

  Research Group: Translational Tumour Biology
More than 140 children with cancer die in Australia each year due to the occurrence of resistance to traditional chemotherapy. To improve overall survival rates for high-risk paediatric cancer patients, the Children’s Cancer Institute initiated the Zero Childhood Cancer national personalised medicine trial (PRISM). Read more

In vitro immunotherapy testing: towards next level personalised treatment identification

  Research Group: Translational Tumour Biology
Around 200 children are diagnosed with high-risk cancer in Australia each year. Over 140 of these children still die due to the occurrence of resistance to traditional chemotherapy. Read more

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