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University of Birmingham Cancer / Oncology PhD Projects

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  Investigating the regulation of DNA replication by ubiquitylation
  Dr A Gambus
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Every dividing cell needs to duplicate its genome perfectly before cell division. Failure to do so can result in cell death or development of mutations leading to cancer.
  Mybl2 in the regulation of cell fate decisions
  Dr P Garcia
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We are interested in the molecular mechanisms regulating cell fate decisions that occur during normal development, somatic reprogramming and cancer.
  The Role of LIM Domain Only Proteins in Neuroblastoma
  Dr M Hoogenkamp
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Person Specification. An Upper Second Class Honours Degree (or equivalent) in a relevant study or Master’s degree is expected. Prior experience in cell and molecular biology is an advantage.
  Transcription regulation in the context of genome stability
  Dr M Saponaro
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The DNA in our cells is a substrate for both RNA Pol II (RNAPII) transcription and DNA replication. Consequently, only one of the two processes can use the DNA as a template at any given time.
  Analysing immune responses to metastatic ovarian tumours to identify therapeutic targets
  Dr J H Caamano, Dr D Withers
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Research interests/description of main research theme. Ovarian cancer remains the most lethal gynaecological malignancy for women over 50 years old (1).
  Investigating how ovarian tumours avoid immune responses in cancer patients
  Dr J H Caamano, Dr D Withers
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Research interests/description of main research theme. Ovarian cancer remains the most lethal gynaecological malignancy for women over 50 years old (1).
  Understanding the role of Epstein Barr virus in gastric carcinoma
  Dr C Shannon-Lowe, Dr G S Taylor
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BACKGROUND. Epstein Barr virus is a common herpesvirus that is strongly associated with the pathogenesis of at least seven different cancers.
  Determining the translational potential of the highly phosphorylated proto-oncogene PBF
  Dr V Smith
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In order to translate the many molecular alterations now detectable in human tumours into effective clinical management we need to fully understand their impact on tumour biology.
  Development of novel artificial intelligence algorithms for network wide metabolic flux analysis with stable isotope tracers
  Dr C Ludwig, Dr S He
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The efficient function of the metabolic network in eukaryotic cells relies on its separation into a number of closely-linked but metabolically distinct compartments.
  Metabolic control of T cell function
  Dr S Dimeloe
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Current research interests in Sarah Dimeloe’s lab focus on the metabolism and interlinked immune function of T lymphocytes in health and disease.
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