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  Role of influenza virus mini viral RNAs in human morbidity and mortality
  Dr AJ Te Velthuis
Application Deadline: 17 May 2019
RNA viruses pose a significant threat to our wellbeing and economy. One of the most threatening is the influenza A virus, which infects an estimated 13 million and kills about half a million people every winter.
  MicroRNA dysregulation in malignant germ cell tumours: more than a biomarker?
  Prof N Coleman
Application Deadline: 17 May 2019
Malignant germ cell tumours (mGCTs) are the most common cause of cancer deaths in young adult males. Our group discovered that all mGCTs, despite being clinically and pathologically variable, are characterised by specific abnormalities in microRNA levels.
  Marie-Curie PhD post: Early Career Researcher in Computational Cognitive Neuroscience
  Prof Z Kourtzi
Application Deadline: 12 May 2019
An early stage researcher position is available to work in Computational Cognitive Neuroscience at the Adaptive Brain Lab (
  AstraZeneca/Pharmacology 4 year PhD studentship applications now open: Neuronal signalling of nutrients from mouse and human intestine
  Dr D Bulmer
Application Deadline: 10 May 2019
Applications are invited for 4-year PhD studentships funded by AstraZeneca and the Department of Pharmacology. The students will be working on collaborative projects co-led by departmental supervisors and AstraZeneca scientists.
  PhD in Manufacturing Technology: Car makers scrap half their metal - but silversmiths don’t
  Prof J M Allwood
Application Deadline: 31 May 2019
At present almost half of the sheet metal purchased worldwide to make car body structures is scrapped and re-melted, reducing profitability and increasing resource/energy use.
  How do malaria parasites sense and respond to DNA damage?
  Dr C Merrick
Application Deadline: 2 May 2019
The malaria parasite Plasmodium has a complex lifecycle involving several highly unusual cell cycles. Rather than conventional binary fission, it grows via syncytial modes of replication, producing multinucleate syncytia prior to budding and cytokinesis.
  CRISPR-based deep mutagenesis for characterisation of functional domains in oncogenic signalling pathways
  Dr S Cook
Application Deadline: 27 May 2019
CRISPR/Cas and base editing (BE) for genome manipulation have been transformative for the generation of cellular models to interrogate gene function in healthy and disease states.
  The DNA Damage Response in Cancer
  Dr G Melino, Dr I Amelio
Application Deadline: 28 June 2019
The MRC Toxicology Unit is a leading international research institute within the School of Biological Sciences in the University of Cambridge.
  PhD Studentship in the Division of Anaesthesia: Characterizing pain phenotypes (brain and nerve) in inflammatory bowel disease (IBD)
  Dr M Lee, Prof C Norton, Dr M Parkes
Application Deadline: 24 April 2019
Division of Anaesthesia, (Department of Medicine), University of Cambridge, CCUK doctoral training. A fully funded studentship by Crohn’s and Colitis UK is available in Dr Michael Lee’s group in the Division of Anaesthesia, Department of Medicine.
  Identifying the genetic determinants of translation rate in blood cells and characterising their relevance to human traits
  Dr E Turro, Dr W Astle, Dr M Frontini
Application Deadline: 31 May 2019
The central dogma of molecular biology states that genetically encoded information flows from DNA to mRNA to protein. The flow from DNA to mRNA occurs through a process called transcription and the flow from mRNA to protein through a process called translation.
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