We have 146 Molecular Biology PhD Research Projects for European Students (exc UK)

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Molecular Biology PhD Research Projects for European Students (exc UK)

We have 146 Molecular Biology PhD Research Projects for European Students (exc UK)

Deep Tissue Phenotyping and Explainable AI

Background. As life sciences becomes increasingly data-centric, AI techniques including deep learning neural networks and classical machine learning algorithms are increasingly being used to characterise, classify, and make predictions from biological datasets. Read more

PhD in Ion Channel Biology

  Research Group: Smooth Muscle Research Group
Fully Funded PhD Studentship Smooth Muscle Research Centre (SMRC), Dundalk, Ireland. The Smooth Muscle Research Centre in Dundalk Institute of Technology, Ireland comprises a cross-disciplinary research team focused on the regulation of ion channels in health & disease. Read more

Funded PhD - How do animals stay vigilant during sleep?

Sleep is vital for health and cognition yet is usually associated with unconsciousness meaning individuals are vulnerable to dangers in their environment and are unable to capitalize on resources should they become available (e.g food or a mate). Read more

Dietary modulation of amino acids to improve chemotherapy response in breast cancer

This is a unique opportunity for PhD study in the world-leading Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute (CRUK CI), to start a research career in an environment committed to training outstanding cancer research scientists of the future. Read more

Li Fraumeni Syndrome, p53 and cancer

Li Fraumeni Syndrome (LFS) is a rare genetic condition caused by germline TP53 mutations, either inherited or occurring at conception, which results in a strong predisposition to cancer (>90% and 70% lifetime risk for women and men, respectively). Read more

Investigating an interplay between autoimmunity and cancer

Immunotherapy is now entering standard clinical care for several cancer types and despite its potential to achieve durable responses, only a small percentage of patients respond to immunochemotherapy. Read more

Understanding the origin of metaplasia

Lay Summary. When doctors suspect a patient might have cancer in their gut, they use a procedure called endoscopy to take tiny samples of the unhealthy looking tissue from the patient. Read more

Decoding the epitranscriptome in cancer

Cellular RNA is decorated with diverse chemical modifications, which participate in all aspects of RNA biology. The multitude of modifications in RNA adds a new layer to gene regulation, leading to the emerging field of epitranscriptomics. Read more

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