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Molecular Biology PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 484 Molecular Biology PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

FULLY FUNDED - Derivation of novel non-invasive radiomic and histology deep learning-based classifiers to determine molecular behaviour of rectal cancer and its treatment response to radiotherapy.

'TO APPLY, PLEASE CLICK INSTITUTION WEBSITE'. Our group has recently been awarded a CRUK multidisciplinary award to develop non-invasive classifiers of molecular behaviour and radiation response in rectal cancer.  As part of this award, we have funding to support a PhD studentship. . Read more

Investigating mechanisms of extra-cellular matrix remodelling and fibrosis in the gastrointestinal tract

Inflammatory bowel diseases, such as Crohn's disease, are increasing in prevalence globally. These are caused by chronic inflammation in the gut, there is no cure and medications are not effective for all. Read more

Molecular characterisation of post-tuberculous bronchiectasis

Tuberculosis is a major health problem is Iraq and globally. While treatment of TB, including MDR TB has greatly improved resulting in high rates of clinical cure, many patients with TB are left with persisting lung disease including airflow obstruction and bronchiectasis. Read more

Targeting the extracellular matrix remodelling for the treatment of obesity-associated cardio-renal dysfunction

Obesity is a risk factor for many chronic metabolic diseases including heart failure and chronic kidney disease. Our lab demonstrated a tight association between increased deposition of extracellular matrix components (e.g. Read more

Cryo-EM: Protein-Fibers & Protein-Sheets as a novel avenue for specimens with improved contrast for cryo-EM studies

The low contrast of proteins in cryo-EM imaging may be improved by formation of synthetic. Protein-fibers or Protein sheets. Our current cryo-TEM findings indicate, that, such novel protein architectures are generated from doubly His-tagged proteins & metals. Read more

DogDots: a new approach to labelling of membrane proteins for tomographic analysis

Membrane proteins are crucial to cellular function, such as recognition of – and interaction with – the extracellular environment and neighbouring cells, and controlling membrane dynamics, cellular signalling and transport of molecules and ions across membranes. Read more

Developing live cell crosslinking mass spectrometry methods to investigate cardiac myosin folding and disease

Cardiac myosin is the molecular motor responsible for muscle contraction in the heart. Its correct production and folding are critical to maintaining normal heart function and mutations within the beta cardiac myosin heavy chain gene cause inherited heart disease. Read more

Using lipid nano-particles to study G-protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs).

This exciting PhD project in the laboratory of Professor Mark Wheatley, Professor of Biochemical Pharmacology is a joint PhD between Coventry University and Stellenbosch University with the student being registered for a PhD at both universities. Read more

Biological Fluid Dynamics of Microplastics at Durham University

We invite applications for a fully funded PhD project at Durham University. You will join a newly established, well-equipped lab spanning the Departments of Biosciences and Engineering, alongside the Durham Biophysical Science Institute. Read more

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