About the Project
This project is ideal for students who are interested in basic molecular neuroscience that is clinically applicable. This is also suitable for students who are interested in understanding mechanisms of learning and memory or for students who are interested in animal behaviour. Students will use genetic, molecular and behavioural techniques in their study. Understanding how TRs signal in the brain to affect memory and mood is crucial in the design of new therapeutics, particularly the use of GC-1, a novel thyromimetic. The student will be part of a vibrant endocrine group at the University of Reading, with an opportunity to get training in teaching pedagogy. In addition, the student will also have an opportunity to network with overseas collaborators.
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