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Immunology (action research) PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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  PhD Position in Immunology – CD4+/CD8+ Double-positive T cell regulation
  Dr J Wells
Application Deadline: 1 March 2020

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We are seeking a highly motivated and enthusiastic PhD student to pursue a project into CD4+/CD8+ Double-positive T cells. The project goal is to understand the mechanisms through which this rare population of regulatory cells maintains skin integrity.
  Developing new antibody-based therapeutics for neuroblastoma
  Prof A Sala
Applications accepted all year round

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PhD Type

Metastatic neuroblastoma is a cancer of the nervous system that kills the majority of the affected children. Although there have been tremendous advances in the understanding of the molecular causes of the disease, patients are still treated with highly toxic mixtures of chemicals and radiation.
  (WIS) How food-borne Listeria monocytogenes overcomes the host defence mechanisms at the single cell level?
  Prof I Roberts, Dr P Paszek
Application Deadline: 6 March 2020

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PhD Type

Pathogens have developed intricate ways to overcome the host’s immune system. In this proposal we will study the direct interaction of macrophages with the important food-borne bacterial pathogen Listeria monocytogenes that causes significant human morbidity and mortality.
  How regulatory immunological cues (re)programme cellular metabolism to control effector T cell behaviour and function
  Dr K Couper, Prof R K Grencis
Applications accepted all year round

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Upon activation a T cell transitions from a state of semi-quiescence to a state of high activity. During the process of activation the T cell therefore needs to up regulate metabolic pathways to acquire the energy and nutrients required to facilitate the behavioural changes associated with its new functional state.
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