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Biochemistry (cellular biology) PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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Synthetic transition metal catalysts for the treatment of cancer

Working the interfaces of chemical catalysis, analytical chemistry, cellular biology, pharmacology and medicine, this project provides unique interdisciplinary training in the skills required for the development of a pre-clinical metal-based therapy. Read more

Identifying novel ways of producing keratin proteins and resultant sustainable textile fibers

Applicants are invited to apply for a fully funded PhD programme to carry out a feasibility study to identify novel ways of producing recombinant keratin proteins and resultant sustainable textile fibers. Read more

PhD Student Position – Gene Regulation in Stem Cell Biology and Brain Development

A PhD student position is available for highly motivated individuals with an interest in studying stem cell biology and brain development using a combination of molecular, cellular, genetic, and bioinformatics approaches. Read more

How the Extracellular Matrix regulates cellular and organ growth

What is the reason why cells can suddenly switch to uncontrolled cellular growth? What causes the normal formation of cellular contacts and organs to stop growing when reaching their normal size to ignore normal signals and multiply uncontrollably?. Read more

Inter- and intra-cellular signalling in the development of fibrosis in the hypertensive heart

Project Overview. Heart failure is a leading cause of morbidity and mortality worldwide. In terms of volume, the normal heart is composed mostly of terminally-differentiated contractile cells (cardiomyocytes), responsible for the pump action of the heart. Read more

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