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Biochemistry PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Newcastle

We have 16 Biochemistry PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Newcastle

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  Great North Cancer Research JGW Patterson Foundation PhD Studentship in Cancer Research - Understanding the mechanisms of chromothripsis in cancer
  Prof C Harrison, Prof J Higgins
Application Deadline: 24 April 2019
Number of awards. 1. Start date and duration. October 2019 for 4 years. Overview. Are you interested in applying fundamental cell biology to understanding how cancer develops in real patients?.
  The effects of β-glucan and chitin polysaccharides from Mycoprotein on the health of the gut microbiota. (Ref: RDFC18/APP/MUNOZ)
  Dr J Munoz
Application Deadline: 26 April 2019
The Human Gut Microbiota (HGM) comprises two major phyla, the Bacteroidetes and Firmicutes, although important members of the Actinobacteria (Bifidobacterium) and Verrucomicrobia (Akkemansia) also make an important contribution to this ecosystem.
  PhD Studentship in Molecular Microbial Biotechnology
  Prof F Sargent
Application Deadline: 31 May 2019
Number of awards. 1. Start date and duration. September 2019 for 4 years. Overview. Scientists around the world are working on solutions to help reduce carbon emissions ‐ and biologists can make a contribution here too.
  PhD Studentship in Cell and Molecular Biosciences – Circadian clocking of gene expression and its application in synthetic biology
  Dr Y Yuzenkova
Applications accepted all year round
Number of awards. 1. Start date and duration. 23 September 2019 for 3.5 years. Application closing date. Applications will be considered until a suitable candidate is found.
  Tapered microstructure fibre and its application for bio-chemical sensing (Advert Reference: SF18/MPEE/WU)
  Dr Q Wu
Applications accepted all year round
Currently there is an increasing demand of human health monitoring due to the development of the society. This requires monitor larger number of analytes and hence it is crucial to develop an efficient and cost effective detection method.
  Molecular characterisation of novel pathways for cell envelope protein localisation in mycolic acid-producing actinomycetes (ref: SF18/APP/Sutcliffe)
  Prof I Sutcliffe
Applications accepted all year round
Mycolic acid-producing actinomycetes are of vital economic and medical importance. They include pathogenic species including Corynebacterium diphtheriae, Mycobacterium tuberculosis and Rhodococcus equi as well as industrially important organisms.
  Novel drug target validation for treating Diabetes Mellitus (ref: SF18/APP/Soundararajan)
  Dr M Soundararajan
Applications accepted all year round
The important cellular entities responsible for fighting against infections in our body are the T cells. T cells are however also shown to play a central role in the development of autoimmune diseases (AIDs) as “T cell activation hijacking” is the major autoimmune reaction causing mechanism observed in several AIDs.
  Investigation into the biological effects of exercise training on muscle wasting in patients with lung disease (ref: SF18/APP/SIMOES)
  Dr D Simoes
Applications accepted all year round
Accentuated skeletal muscle loss in patients with non-communicable diseases such as Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) is a strong independent predictor of hospitalisation and mortality.
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