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Newcastle University, Biosciences Institute PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 9 Newcastle University, Biosciences Institute PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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We have 9 Newcastle University, Biosciences Institute PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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PhD Studentship - Investigating the role of CXCR2 signalling in neutrophils in hepatic steatosis

Overview. Liver disease is currently the third biggest cause of premature deaths in the UK and fatty liver disease is predicted to be the leading cause of liver disease in the next decade. . Read more
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Linking eye movements with predictive algorithms for high resolution retinal imaging in the living human eye

Recent technological developments have allowed us to image the back of the eye with such high resolution that we can see the individual light-sensitive cells responsible for sight in a living human. Read more
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How does the nucleolus safeguard ribosome production during meiosis?

How does the nucleolus safeguard ribosome production during meiosis?. Sexual reproduction relies on accurate meiosis, the unique cell division process which creates sperm and egg. Read more
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Investigating the effects of inflamm-aging on the safety and efficacy of monoclonal antibody based therapies

Our understanding of the immune response in the elderly is still in its infancy. Now, more than ever we need to understand the basic principles of immune response as the environment alters our immune system and the particles it sees. Read more
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Investigating light-activated therapeutic compounds as antifungal agents

Fungal diseases are responsible for more than 1.5 million deaths and affect over a billion people worldwide. Systemic fungal infections are intrinsically difficult to treat as there are limited classes of antifungal drugs and resistance to these agents is increasing rapidly. Read more
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