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Bioinformatics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students

We have 277 Bioinformatics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students

Discovering off-target side-effects and drug repurposing candidates using expression perturbation data

The MRC Integrative Epidemiology Unit at the University of Bristol is the leading group for the development and application of causal analysis and evidence triangulation in health research to improve lives. Read more

SustAI CDT - The URKI AI Centre Doctoral Training in AI for Sustainability is now recruiting for September 2024

Environmental sustainability is one of the greatest challenges the world is facing, with many organisations and countries including the UK setting ambitious targets to reduce emissions and waste and increase renewable energy production. Read more

Combining CRISPR-screens and AI to Identify Novel Therapeutic Strategies to Target Cancer-Stroma Interactions

A fully funded PhD Studentship is available to work with Dr Angus Cameron, Reader in Cell Signalling and Tumour Cell Biology, Barts Cancer Institute at Queen Mary University London, Dr Otto Morris, Senior Biological Data Scientist at Exscientia, and Professor Pedro Cutillas, Professor of Cell Signalling and Proteomics, QMUL, Barts Cancer Institute at Queen Mary University London. Read more

AI-based Identification of New Drug Targets for Personalised Oncology

A fully funded PhD Studentship is available to work with Professor Francesca Ciccarelli, Lead of the Centre for Cancer Genomics and Computational Biology, Bart's Cancer Institute at Queen Mary University of London. Read more

Short and long-term genetic and behavioural consequences of traumatic brain injury in fruit flies

General background . How many fingers am I holding up? What day of the week is it? Follow my finger? These three questions are designed to test your sensory, memory and motor neural abilities following an accident; all three systems are affected by a severe deceleration of your brain. Read more

Nuclear and transcriptional dysregulations during cellular senescence

Cellular senescence, which is characterised by a proliferation arrest, is a driver of ageing (1). Several stresses can induce cellular senescence, including persistent DNA damage, telomere dysfunction, and oncogene activation. Read more

The Evolution of Vision in Mosquitoes

Background . Due to their capacity to transmit viruses such as Zika and parasites like Plasmodium (the causative agent of malaria), mosquitos are regarded by the World Health Organization as one of the most lethal organisms on our planet (WHO | Global vector control response 2017–2030, 2020). Read more

(MRC DTP CASE) Multiomic evaluation of differential drug response in metastatic breast cancers

Breast cancers are the most common cancers in women. Estrogen Receptor (ER) plays a major role in breast cancer growth. To stop the cancer from growing further, clinically successful ER-targeting therapies like Fulvestrant, etc were developed. Read more

NIHR GOSH BRC Translational Research (Non-Clinical) PhD Studentships

The NIHR Great Ormond Street Hospital Biomedical Research Centre (NIHR GOSH BRC) PhD Studentship Programme aims to fund five highly motivated non-clinical PhDs students to support the training and development of the next generation of translational researchers. Read more

Developing and Applying Semantic Representations of Scientific Knowledge

Applications are invited for a 3-year self-funded PhD Studentship. The depth, volume, and complexity of scientific knowledge is increasing beyond our abilities to meaningfully interpolate and analyse it with traditional methods. Read more

Systemic infections accelerate tau spreading by promoting glial activation

Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is a neurodegenerative disease, with a complex biology. In this PhD project, we aim to explore the cellular and molecular mechanisms underlying tau pathology. Read more

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