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Cell Biology PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for UK Students

We have 180 Cell Biology PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for UK Students

Development of miRNAs as a new therapeutic tool in the treatment of cardiovascular diseases

Ischemic heart diseases and their pathological consequences belong to the leading causes of death worldwide. In the acute treatment of myocardial ischemia one of the most important tasks is the restoration of the tissue perfusion. Read more

Application and development of bioinformatics and network theory methods in cardiovascular disease research and pharmacovigilance

To be able to discover novel drug targets we aim to develop software based on network theoretic approaches that are capable to identify mediators and pathways involved in the pathomechanism of various cardiovascular diseases by the analysis of datasets assessed with high throughput molecular biological techniques (e.g. 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

Structural-guided PROTAC targeting of BMX to modulate apoptotic sensitivity in disease

What determines at the molecular level whether a cell lives or dies? Regulation of the cellular life–death switch is essential in healthy cells for normal foetal development and for the clearance of damaged cells. 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

Molecular characterization of Sam68-driven cytoskeletal reorganization

The cytoskeleton is a complex network of various fibres (microtubules, actin, …) that is essential for cells to maintain their shape and internal organization and for their migration. Read more

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