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Biophysics PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Norwich

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  Psyllium fibre: from molecular structure to human health (WARRENQ20DTP)
  Dr F Warren
Application Deadline: 25 November 2019

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Psyllium fibre is an emerging and important source of dietary fibre, used in the treatment of many digestive disorders and extensively in the processing of foods, especially gluten free products.
  SOLAR-protect: Can tomato extracts protect skin from aging? (GAVRILOVICU20CASE)
  Dr J Gavrilovic, Dr F MacMillan
Application Deadline: 25 November 2019

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The prospects are very bright for the use of plant extracts to protect against skin diseases such as UV light-mediated skin aging.
  3D computer modelling of growing plants (SMITHJ20DTP)
  Dr R Smith
Application Deadline: 25 November 2019

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The Smith lab is looking for a motivated computer scientist that would like to apply their skills to. fundamental questions in plant development.
  Find your match: investigating the biophysics and the evolution of protein-DNA interaction specificity (LEJ20DTP)
  Dr T Le
Application Deadline: 25 November 2019

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In living organisms, hundreds of DNA-binding proteins carry out a plethora of roles in homeostasis, transcriptional regulation in response to stress, and in maintenance and transmission of genetic information.
  A helping hand: signal transduction in plant immunity (BANFIELDJ20DTP)
  Prof M Banfield
Application Deadline: 25 November 2019

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Plant diseases are a continuous threat to food production and a major constraint on achieving global food security. One approach to restricting plant diseases is to understand how plant immune receptors recognise the presence of pathogens and transduce signals that lead to disease resistance.
  How Proteins Bind Unusual DNA Structures (WALLERU20DTP2)
  Dr Z Waller, Dr A Gates
Application Deadline: 25 November 2019

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Think you know the structure of DNA? Think again. It is often assumed that DNA exists only as the iconic Watson-Crick “twisted ladder” double helix; but it can actually adopt many different types of structures.
  What Other Shapes Can DNA Form in Cells? (WALLERU20DTP1)
  Dr Z Waller, Dr Y Ding
Application Deadline: 25 November 2019

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Think you know the structure of DNA? Think again. It is often assumed that DNA exists only as the iconic Watson-Crick “twisted ladder” double helix; but it can actually adopt many different types of structures.
  Life’s ups and downs: probing the conformational dynamics of DASS transporters, a protein family associated with age-related diseases and lifespan determination (MACMILLANU20DTP)
  Dr F MacMillan, Dr J Angulo
Application Deadline: 25 November 2019

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We study the architecture and functional dynamics of membrane proteins, especially many medically relevant membrane transport systems.
  Molecular control of Eye development: investigating a novel gene network at the root of retinogenesis (GROCOTTU20DTP)
  Dr T Grocott, Prof A E Munsterberg
Application Deadline: 25 November 2019

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The eye is our primary sense organ and a major conduit through which we experience the world around us. Congenital malformations that arise in the developing embryo can compromise vision, accounting for a quarter of all childhood blindness with life-long consequences.
  Chemical biology meets microbiology to combat climate change (GATESU20DTP)
  Dr A Gates, Dr Z Waller
Application Deadline: 25 November 2019

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As well as carbon dioxide (CO2), other important climate-active gases are known to drive global warming. Importantly, nitrous oxide (N2O), is a greenhouse gas with 300-times greater global warming power than CO2 and it also contributes to the destruction of the ozone layer.
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