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Biotechnology PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Oxford

We have 48 Biotechnology PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Oxford

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We have 48 Biotechnology PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Oxford

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Building feedback control systems that link cellular life and robotics.

Research Studentship in Biotechnology and Control Engineering. 3.5-year D.Phil. studentship. Project. Building feedback control systems that link cellular life and robotics. Read more

Using spider venoms to develop novel, safer, insecticides for crop protection

For protecting crops, neonicotinoids have become the most widely used class of insecticides in the world. However, their use has been restricted in the European Union amidst fears that they are having adverse effects on pollinators such as the honey bee, Apis mellifera. Read more

Improving molecular pharming with pathogen-derived effectors

The transient expression of proteins in plants offers unprecedented opportunities for the fast, safe, cheap and flexible production of vaccines, therapeutic antibodies and research proteins. Read more

NCKIR11: Promoting lung regeneration

Chronic respiratory diseases are a leading cause of morbidity and mortality worldwide, affecting over 7% of the global population.1 A treatment that promotes regeneration lung damage would revolutionise the management of patients. Read more

Understanding the effects of immunomodulatory therapies on radiation response

Radiotherapy can ablate tumours through inducing both DNA damage and anti-tumour inflammatory responses. However, innate immunity pathways mounting inflammatory responses can also afford cell intrinsic radioresistance. Read more

The crosstalk between tumour microenvironments and MAFF to determine transcriptional activation or repression

Radiation is effective in treating many types of cancers by inducing oxidative stress through the generation of reactive oxygen species (ROS) that result in DNA damage, in particular, DNA double strand breaks (DSBs). Read more

Targeting polymerase theta as a way to improve radiotherapy and immunotherapy.

Despite technical improvements in radiation delivery, survival rates following radical radiotherapy remain poor for many tumour types and the radiation delivered to adjacent tissues is still frequently associated with significant side-effects. Read more

Ubiquitin signalling in the pathogenesis and radiotherapy of glioblastoma

Glioblastoma accounts for more than 4000 deaths every year in the UK. The cornerstone of glioblastoma treatment is constituted by maximal surgical resection, radiotherapy and chemotherapy. Read more

DPhil in Cancer Science

 . Explore our new DPhil course designed to provide you with the best possible start to your graduate research career with both world-leading fundamental scientific training and the skills to apply your work for cancer patient impact. Read more

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