About the Project
This 3-year PhD studentship will focus on understanding the molecular mechanisms of chromatin modifying complexes and their effects on transcription and DNA repair. It will provide state-of-the-art training in structural biology, biochemistry, biophysics and genomics.
We are a dynamic, international research group based in the School of Biochemistry (https://cheunglab.net). The University of Bristol is a centre for structural and cell biology research in health and disease, and the student will benefit from exposure to diverse research topics in this area. Bristol is an exciting and culturally diverse city, with excellent transport links to cities across the UK and Europe.
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Faculty: Life Sciences and Programme: Biochemistry (PhD)
Applicants must apply via the University of Bristol online application system, and state the supervisor’s name in their application under the relevant section.
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3. Cheung, A. C. M. & Cramer, P. A Movie of RNA Polymerase II Transcription. Cell 149, 1431–1437 (2012).
4. Díaz-Santín, L. M., Lukoyanova, N., Aciyan, E. & Cheung, A. C. Cryo-EM structure of the SAGA and NuA4 coactivator subunit Tra1 at 3.7 angstrom resolution. Elife 6, e28384 (2017).
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