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4 Year Fully Funded Rotation PhD Opportunities in Plants, Food and Health

The EDESIA PhD programme is funded by Wellcome Trust to advance major aspects of plant-based nutrition and health, from crop to clinic, drawing on the world-class, interdisciplinary research expertise of the Norwich Research Park. Read more

4 Year Fully Funded Rotation PhD Opportunities in Plants, Food and Health

The EDESIA PhD programme is funded by Wellcome Trust to advance major aspects of plant-based nutrition and health, from crop to clinic, drawing on the world-class, interdisciplinary research expertise of the Norwich Research Park. Read more

4 Year Fully Funded Rotation PhD Opportunities in Plants, Food and Health

The EDESIA PhD programme is funded by Wellcome Trust to advance major aspects of plant-based nutrition and health, from crop to clinic, drawing on the world-class, interdisciplinary research expertise of the Norwich Research Park. Read more

4 Year Fully Funded Rotation PhD Opportunities in Plants, Food and Health

The EDESIA PhD programme is funded by Wellcome Trust to advance major aspects of plant-based nutrition and health, from crop to clinic, drawing on the world-class, interdisciplinary research expertise of the Norwich Research Park. Read more

Characterisation of DNA-protein crosslink proteolysis repair in cancer therapy with the focus on trapped-PARP1 toxicity

DNA-protein crosslinks (DPCs) are under-investigated DNA lesions caused by the covalent attachment of proteins to DNA. DPCs are induced by endogenous aldehydes, chemotherapeutic drugs (such as PARP1 inhibitors) and ionising radiation in hypoxic cells. Read more

Understanding complement system dysregulation in the tumour microenvironment

Inducing a stress response analogous to anti-viral immunity is important for maximising immune responses against the tumour. However, tumours evolve evasion strategies that can limit these responses. Read more

Understanding the effects of immunomodulatory therapies on radiation response

Radiotherapy can ablate tumours through inducing both DNA damage and anti-tumour inflammatory responses. However, innate immunity pathways mounting inflammatory responses can also afford cell intrinsic radioresistance. Read more

Drosophila as a model to study redox signalling and diet-induced obesity in ageing

  Research Group: Redox Metabolism
A PhD Studentship is available under the supervision of Dr Helena Cochemé (Redox Metabolism Group) at the MRC London Institute of Medical Sciences, Imperial College London. Read more

The crosstalk between tumour microenvironments and MAFF to determine transcriptional activation or repression

Radiation is effective in treating many types of cancers by inducing oxidative stress through the generation of reactive oxygen species (ROS) that result in DNA damage, in particular, DNA double strand breaks (DSBs). Read more

RNA-therapeutic approaches for metabolic pathologies

  Research Group: Metabolism & Gene Regulation
Analysis of the proteome and transcriptome has demonstrated the existence of a far greater transcriptomic complexity than previously catalogued. Read more

Human germline development and disease

  Research Group: Germline & Pluripotency
Germ cells contain all of the information required to build a new embryo, including the parental genomes which are modified and regulated by epigenetic factors. Read more

The sex and geometry of the gastrointestinal tract in health and disease

  Research Group: Gut Signalling & Metabolism
The gastrointestinal (GI) tract controls appetite and metabolism through its crosstalk with other organs. GI disorders such as inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) can be life-long conditions and affect people of all ages. Read more

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