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  iCASE: Formulation Behaviour at Complex Liquid-Solid Interfaces
  Research Group: Multiscale Modelling
  Dr F Siperstein, Dr A Patti
Application Deadline: 28 June 2020

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A fully-funded iCASE PhD position in Formulation Behaviour at Complex Liquid-Solid Interfaces is available in the Multiscale Modelling Group at the University of Manchester, working with Dr Flor Siperstein and Dr Alessandro Patti, in collaboration with Dr Breanndán Ó Conchúir from IBM Research UK.
  Nanoscale molecular memory on diamond
  Dr N Chilton, Dr D P Mills
Application Deadline: 31 January 2020

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Dual-award between The University of Manchester and The University of Melbourne. This dual-award programme offers candidates the opportunity to apply for a project with a strong supervisory team both in Manchester and in Melbourne.
  Establishing NMR chemical shifts as reliable reporters of atomic charge distributions in enzymes
  Prof J Waltho, Prof P Popelier
Applications accepted all year round

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Enzymes are not only central to life but also to the growing need to harness elements of the natural world to the benefit of mankind.
  Molecular modelling insights into the performance of polymeric coatings containing active corrosion inhibitors
  Dr F Siperstein, Prof X Zhou, Dr C Avendano
Application Deadline: 27 January 2020

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Sustainable Coatings by Rational Design (SusCoRD) is a multi-disciplinary project which aims to, for the first time, connect a detailed scientific understanding of the mechanisms of coatings failure with state-of-the-art-machine learning to deliver a framework for the optimisation of protective coatings and nanocomposite materials.
  Understanding and controlling polymorphism in molecular solids
  Prof P Popelier, Dr J Skelton
Application Deadline: 29 February 2020

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Understanding and controlling polymorphism, where molecules crystallise into multiple solid forms, is a major unsolved problem in structural chemistry.
  Characterising B cells in Rheumatoid Arthritis: Their role in susceptibility, pathogenesis, and treatment response
  Dr S Viatte, Dr Gemma Radley, Prof A Barton
Applications accepted all year round

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Background. Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is a chronic inflammatory autoimmune disease that primarily affects the joints. In the UK, some patients who fail to respond to methotrexate (MTX) and TNF inhibitors (TNFi) are started on rituximab, and 20% will experience a favourable clinical response.
  (A*STAR) Protein solubility in biology and biotechnology
  Dr J Warwicker, Dr R Curtis
Application Deadline: 31 January 2020

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Protein aggregation is an issue in biology and biotechnology. A wealth of studies have focussed on proteinopathies and neurodegenerative diseases in particular.
  (A*STAR) Rules for the design of allosteric effectors: chemistry and interactions
  Prof P Popelier, Dr S De Visser
Application Deadline: 31 January 2020

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Allosteric drugs have become an indispensable toolbox of rapidly developing precision medicine, having already established a reputation of advantages over traditional medicine.
  (A*STAR) A multiscale approach to modelling the structure and dynamics of large enzymes
  Dr S Hay, Prof N Scrutton, Dr L Johannissen
Application Deadline: 31 January 2020

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Much of biochemistry relies on atomic resolution structural information, most commonly determined using X-ray crystallography. However, due to their dynamic nature, it is often not possible to determine the structure of large multi-domain proteins.
  Tailored multifunctional aerospace coating developments using bottom-up in silico techniques
  Dr S Hay, Dr J Blaker
Applications accepted all year round

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There are pressing requirements across aerospace vehicles to develop unified coating systems, tailored to deliver a range of targeted multi-functional properties (e.g.
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