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University of Roehampton, Department of Life Sciences Cell Biology / Development PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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  Dietary bioactives modulate vascular function: a mechanistic investigation.
  Dr G Corona
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In the UK, over three million people currently suffer from cardiovascular diseases and healthy foods rich in protective dietary factors are known to help slow vascular ageing and improve the quality of life.
  Gut microbiota, wholegrain and pancreatic islet function in the development of type 2 diabetes
  Dr A Costabile, Dr A Hauge-Evans
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Project area. The International Diabetes Federation (IDF) has predicted that 629 million people will have diabetes by 2045, which will be over double the figure for 2000.
  Hijacking of host cellular functions and metabolism in MRSA pathogenesis
  Dr M Letek, Dr V Behrends, Dr Y Calle
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Applications are invited from potential PhD candidates to work at the Department of Life Sciences, University of Roehampton, supervised by Dr Michal Letek, Dr Volker Behrends, and Dr Yolanda Calle-Patino.
  Tissue antigen and immune cell turnover in health and disease
  Dr R Busch
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A healthy immune system is in a state of restful homeostasis. Activation of the immune system, whether to fight infections or during immune-mediated diseases, involves substantial changes in the rates at which immune cells and proteins are produced and destroyed (turnover).
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