Inflammation of the joints involves bone and cartilage damage. Different immune cells and stem cells contribute to this inflammatory milieu; however, more investigations are needed to understand the cross-talk between these cells. This project will utilise high-quality research methods to create models of inflammatory joints and use molecular and biological investigatory assays. Understanding the molecular mechanisms of immune stem interactions will potentially help to improve therapies of inflammatory joints.
A successful candidate would have a degree in Biosciences, Biomedical Sciences or equivalent.
An English language test is also required.
How to apply
Applications are accepted all year round. For a step-by-step guide and to make an application, please visit NTU's how to apply page.