About the Project
In work already completed we have established that at least two of the associated variants influence the expression of key immune signalling genes in B cell sub-types. These data confirm the importance of B cells in pathogenesis which is in keeping with the latest clinical trial data showing the positive effects of anti-B cell therapies. This project will focus on fine mapping the causal variants underlying observed associations by exploring the expression of key immune genes in B cell subtypes. The work will involve mapping of transcription and chromatin architecture, as well as protein expression and cell function.
The successful student will work closely with colleagues at the McGill University Epigenomics Mapping which is a leading institution in the International Human Epigenome Consortium (IHEC), the project may include the opportunity for willing students to spend a period of their research in Montreal.
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