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University of Southampton Biochemistry PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

We have 4 University of Southampton Biochemistry PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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  Investigating mitochondrial derived vesicles and their relationship to Parkinson’s pathology
  Dr D Tumbarello, Dr R Carare
Application Deadline: 6 March 2020

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Applications are invited for a fully funded PhD studentship aimed at investigating the cellular mechanisms of a mitochondrial repair pathway with broad implications in many conditions from Parkinson’s to cardiomyopathies.
  Investigating the role of tauopathy-induced activating transcription factor 3: a transcriptional hub to modulate neurodegeneration.
  Research Group: Neurosciences
  Dr K Deinhardt, Prof V M O'Connor
Application Deadline: 28 February 2020

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Fully funded PhD position available to study the role of ATF3 in tau-mediated neurodegeneration. We have previously identified an upregulation of the transcription factor ATF3 in mouse models of neurodegeneration.
  Antimicrobial Resistance: hijacking bacterial signal transduction pathways to increase antibiotic uptake
  Dr SS Lee
Application Deadline: 31 March 2020

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Supervisor. Dr Seung Lee. Co-supervisor Dr Nicholas D. Evans, Dr Tracey Newman. Project description. A fully-funded 3 year PhD studentship (Institute for Life Sciences studentship) in chemical biology and medicinal chemistry at the University of Southampton is available.
  PhD Studentship – Predicting Skin Interactions and Permeation of Chemical Agents using Computational Modelling
  Prof J W Essex
Applications accepted all year round

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Co-Supervisor. Dr Thomas J Piggot (Dstl). The skin is the outermost barrier for most of the human body. The majority of chemicals that come into contact with the body will initially do so through an interaction with the skin.
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