About the Project
Funding received from the Medical Research Council, Royal Society, Sasakawa Foundation, Commonwealth Scholarship Commission, National Institute of Health Research and a number of venture capital companies enabled us to investigate the consequences of gene defects and screened thousands of compounds including established drugs and natural products. The prospective student will investigate how dysfunctional BMP and TGFβ signalling pathways contribute to disease pathogenesis and identify novel therapeutic intervention using natural products. The project will introduce the student to the broader areas of molecular genetics, biochemistry, drug discovery, pharmacology and translational medicine.
The research activities will be undertaken at the School of Pharmacy and Medical Sciences, University of Bradford. The studies will be performed in the recently renovated laboratories provided with state of the art equipments including high-throughput fluorescence and luminescence plate readers, QPCR machines, gel doc systems and modern tissue culture facilities. The research sits in the context of a highly active research environment at the University of Bradford.
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