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Understanding the chromosome 11 CRC risk locus genes and the role they play in intestinal homeostasis

The 11q23 locus, was identified by GWAS as a CRC risk locus (Tenesa*, Farrington* et al, 2008). The three genes within the locus – C11orf53, COLCA1 and COLCA2 – have also been shown to be eQTLs (expression quantitative trait loci) for regional SNPs in human colonic normal epithelium (Vaughan-Shaw et al, 2021). Read more

Deciphering Immune Regulatory Networks to Harness the Host Against Parasitic Infections

Parasitic infections have been associated with chronic destructive inflammation and increased rates of morbidity and mortality thus having immense and long-lasting socioeconomic impact (. Read more

Antibody Purification

We are developing a non-chromatographic, ligand-free general platform for antibody purification that is simple to implement, easy to upscale, cost-effective, and as such may provide a true alternative to the gold-standard technology. Read more

The social side of symbionts: exploring bidirectional links between the gut microbiome and social behaviour in mammals

This project is part of the. DPhil in Biology at the University of Oxford. Symbiotic microbial communities can have pervasive impacts on the biology of their hosts, and the diverse microbiomes that reside in the mammalian gut are no exception. Read more

FULLY FUNDED - Does radiotherapy of glioblastoma lead to unwanted promotion of invasive microenvironments in the brain via extracellular vesicle-mediated mechanisms?

'To apply, please click institution web link'*. Glioblastoma is the most common and aggressive form of primary brain tumour. Despite maximal surgical resection followed by radiotherapy (RT) and chemotherapy, median survival remains stubbornly low at only 12-15 months post diagnosis due to inevitable recurrence. Read more

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