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  PhD Student Positions at International Max Planck Research School for Molecular Life Sciences, Munich

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The International Max Planck Research School for Molecular Life Sciences. From Biological Structures to Neural Circuits (IMPRS-LS) currently has an open call for fully funded PhD student positions.
  PhD Student Positions at International Max Planck Research School for Molecular Life Sciences, Munich

Funding Type

PhD Type

The International Max Planck Research School for Molecular Life Sciences. From Biological Structures to Neural Circuits (IMPRS-LS) currently has an open call for fully funded PhD student positions.
  Developing Drug Discovery Assays for Primary Human Immune Cells by High-Throughput MALDI-TOF Mass Spectrometry
  Prof M Trost, Dr M Dueñas
Application Deadline: 6 March 2020

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MALDI-TOF mass spectrometry (MS) is a powerful MS method that has emerged as an exciting technology high-throughput drug discovery workflows.
  LaNts and laminins in breast cancer
  Dr K Hamill
Applications accepted all year round

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The laminins are a family of proteins that make up part of specialised regions of extracellular matrix termed basement membranes.
  Mechanisms of T cell mediated killing
  Dr M Harkiolaki, Prof M Dustin, Dr A Gérard
Application Deadline: 1 April 2020

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An important function of the immune system is to kill infected and cancerous cells. Cytotoxic lymphocytes using adaptive and natural recognition mechanisms use shared sets of effector mechanism - one based on the cooperative function of secreted proteins perforin and granzymes.
  PhD Cancer Genetics - Examining how telomere dysfunction drives the evolution of the cancer genome
  Prof D Baird, Dr K Cleal
Application Deadline: 1 March 2020

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Telomeres are structures that cap the ends of eukaryotic chromosomes, preventing the recognition and repair of the natural chromosomal terminus by the DNA damage response (DDR) apparatus.
  Modelling stem cell fate and alterations due to mutations
  Dr E Morrissey
Application Deadline: 24 July 2020

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The group uses a combination of deep learning, stochastic models and Bayesian modelling to study questions relating to stem cell fate dynamics and how mutations in stem cells alter their normal behaviour, become fixed and accumulate in the tissue eventually leading to cancer.
  Modelling stem cell fate and alterations due to mutations
  Dr E Morrissey
Application Deadline: 24 July 2020

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The group uses a combination of deep learning, stochastic models and Bayesian modelling to study questions relating to stem cell fate dynamics and how mutations in stem cells alter their normal behaviour, become fixed and accumulate in the tissue eventually leading to cancer.
  Platform Technology to Enhance the Growth of Human Tissues In Vitro for Use in Biomedical Research and the Assessment of New Molecular Entities
  Prof S A Przyborski, Prof T von Zglinicki
Application Deadline: 6 March 2020

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Many molecules fail when tested in humans as activity data do not always extrapolate into man. Accordingly, there is demand to develop new biomedical in-vitro assays to test compounds in human tissues earlier in product development.
  Unravelling the mysteries of retinoid signalling
  Dr E Pohl, Prof J Endicott
Application Deadline: 6 March 2020

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Retinoids, such as all-trans-retinoic acid (ATRA), are a class of endogenous molecules derived from Vitamin A. These compounds control a wide range of cellular processes in chordates, including differentiation, proliferation and apoptosis, by binding one or more of related transcriptional receptors in the cell nucleus.
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