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We have 10 Developmental Biology PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in Manchester

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Developmental Biology PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in Manchester

We have 10 Developmental Biology PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in Manchester

Understanding Spinal Cord Regeneration: The role of dynamic gene expression

Spinal cord injury(SCI) paralysis is a devastating disease that affects at least 2500 people per year in the UK. It carries substantial individual and societal costs with most SCI sufferers experiencing chronic pain. Read more

Delineating the IRF6 regulatory network driving periderm formation and function

During development, the ectoderm passes through a series of cell states to produce a self-replenishing, multi-layered epidermis. Initial stratification forms a single-cell layer of flattened periderm cells which act as a barrier to prevent pathological adhesions during embryogenesis. Read more

A novel role in mitochondrial homeostasis for the anti-ageing factor RBBP5

The mitochondrion has evolved from the endosymbiotic interaction of an alpha-proteobacterium and an archaeon. One major event during this evolution was the transferring of genes from the symbiont to the host. Read more

Intrinsic mechanisms of axonal regeneration following peripheral nerve injury

Peripheral nerve injury (PNI) is a common consequence of trauma with life-changing implications both physically (loss of limb function) and psychologically (impact on employment, personal relationships and wider wellbeing). Read more

Chaperones and the response to protein misfolding stress

Misfolded proteins are usually refolded to their functional conformations or degraded by quality control mechanisms. When misfolded proteins evade quality control, they form aggregates that are sequestered to specific sites within cells. Read more
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