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We have 55 Molecular Biology (cell therapy) PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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Gene correlation network showing differences in gene expression of effector T cells derived from the bone marrow or peripheral tissues affected by GVHD.

Our group is interested in developing novel immunotherapeutic approaches for leukaemia. Clinical approaches currently used include allogeneic haematopoietic stem cell transplantation, chimeric antigen receptor T cell therapy and immune checkpoint inhibitors. Read more

Gene correlation network showing differences in gene expression of effector T cells derived from the bone marrow or peripheral tissues affected by GVHD.

Our group is interested in developing novel immunotherapeutic approaches for leukaemia. Clinical approaches currently used include allogeneic haematopoietic stem cell transplantation, chimeric antigen receptor T cell therapy and immune checkpoint inhibitors. Read more
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BBSRC PhD Studentship in Synthetic biology engineering of Spy-protein pairs towards targeting of viral vectors for gene therapy and vaccination [Project 2022/05]

In collaboration with Oxford Biomedica. A major challenge for viral vectors is that their beneficial effects often depend on the transduction of one celltype, whereas transduction of other cell-types may lead to harmful side-effects. Read more

Self funded BMS Project: Understanding the population dynamics of haematopoietic stem cells during gene therapy for sickle cell disease

Applications accepted for PhD Only. Background. This project builds on the recent discovery that whole genome sequencing approaches in blood stem and progenitor cells can be used to estimate the number of actively contributing blood stem cells in humans (Lee-Six et al., Nature 2018). Read more

Macrophage driven therapy resistance in AML: from macrophage subset characterisation to therapeutic targeting.

  Research Group: Molecular Mechanisms and Long Term Conditions
Reference. SHLS20065. Background. Acute Myeloid Leukaemia (AML) is a common blood cancer in adults; with its incidence increasing with age, AML cases are predicted to double by 2030. Read more

Unravelling mechanisms of disease progression in Myeloproliferative Neoplasms

The Haematopoietic Stem Cell Biology (HSCB) Laboratory is focused on understanding how the normal haematopoietic stem/progenitor hierarchy is disrupted during the development of myeloid malignancies. Read more

Unravelling mechanisms of disease progression in Myeloproliferative Neoplasms

The Haematopoietic Stem Cell Biology (HSCB) Laboratory is focused on understanding how the normal haematopoietic stem/progenitor hierarchy is disrupted during the development of myeloid malignancies. Read more
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BBSRC PhD Studentship in Understanding the cellular and humoral immune response to viral vectors [Project 2022/06]

In collaboration with Oxford Biomedica. Viral vectors enable safe and efficient delivery of genes into target tissues and organs, which have transformed medicine, biomedical research and vaccine development. Read more

PhD topic / PhD position: Prioritizing drug combinations in leukemia based on analysis of targetted therapy in vivo

Supervisor: Miroslav Boudny. Consultant: Marek Mraz. Annotation: We are looking for a motivated PhD student that would like to work on the following project funded by the ERC (European Research Council) Starting grant. Read more
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(BBSRC DTP) Hormonal regulation of mast cell activity

Oestrogen levels fluctuate throughout life, impacting tissue function during menses, pregnancy and menopause. Oestrogen greatly affects immune responses, often enhancing the activities of both the innate and adaptive immune system. Read more

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