The Midlands Integrative Biosciences Training Partnership (MIBTP, View Website) ) is a BBSRC-funded doctoral training partnership between the universities of Warwick, Birmingham and Leicester. It delivers innovative, world-class research training across the Life Sciences to boost the growing Bioeconomy across the UK. After an initial training year research will be carried out mainly at the University of Birmingham. This is a four-year studentship with a standard rate. Additional benefits include a travel allowance for the training year and a laptop. Eligibility: UK/EU nationals, residence in the UK is NOT a pre-requisite.
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Brauer, U., Zaharieva, E., and Soller, M. (2014) Regulation of ELAV/Hu RNA binding proteins by phosphorylation. Biochem. Soc. Trans. 42:1147-51.
Zaharieva, E., Chipman, K, and Soller, M. (2012) Alternative splicing interference by xenobiotics. Toxicology. 296: 1-12.
Haussmann, I. U., Li, M. and Soller, M. (2011). ELAV mediated 3’-end processing of ewg transcripts is evolutionary conserved despite sequence degeneration of the ELAV binding site. Genetics. 189: 97-107.
Haussmann, I.U., White, K. and Soller, M., (2008). Erect wing regulates synaptic growth in Drosophila by integration of multiple signaling pathways. Genome Biol. 9: 73.1-17.
FTE Category A staff submitted: 42.80
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