This studentship is part of the prestigious SPRINT-MND/MS PhD Programme co-ordinated by the University of Edinburgh:
With the exception of this studentship (see also project View Website), the programme is closed to applicants for 2019 entry.
Please get in touch with Dr Judith Sleeman by email ([email protected]) if you are interested in this studentship.
L Thompson, K Morrison, E. Groen, T. Gillingwater, S Shirran, C Botting, J Sleeman (2018) Neurochondrin interacts with the SMN protein suggesting a novel mechanism for Spinal Muscular Atrophy pathology. J. Cell Sci. 131(8). doi:10.1242/jcs.211482.
Time-resolved quantitative proteomics implicates the core snRNP protein, SmB, in neural trafficking. Alan R Prescott, Alexandra Bales, John James, Laura Trinkle-Mulcahy and Judith E. Sleeman. (2014) J Cell Sci. 127:812-827.
Maxwell, GK., Szunyogova, E. Shorrock, H.K., Gillingwater, TH. & Parson, SH. (2018). 'Developmental and Degenerative Cardiac Defects in the Taiwanese Mouse Model of Severe Spinal Muscular Atrophy'. Journal of Anatomy, vol. 232, no. 6, pp. 965-978.
Thomson, AK., Somers, E., Powis, RA., Shorrock, HK., Murphy, K., Swoboda, KJ., Gillingwater, TH. & Parson, SH. (2017). 'Survival of motor neurone protein is required for normal postnatal development of the spleen'. Journal of Anatomy, vol. 230, no. 2, pp. 337-346.
FTE Category A staff submitted: 50.45
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