There is currently no funding attached to this PhD call and the successful applicant will be expected to provide their own funding. We prefer candidates that have secured, or wish to secure, their own competitive funding from overseas government agencies or employers. King’s College London provides a list of possible schemes on the following website:
Representative publications from our group:
Matsubayashi Y, Louani A, Dragu A, Sanchez-Sanchez B, Serna-Morales E, Yolland L, Gyoergy A, Vizcay G, Fleck R, Heddleston J, Chew T, Siekhaus D, Stramer B. (2017) A Moving source of matrix components is essential for de novo basement membrane formation. Curr. Biol. 27(22):3526-3534
Stramer B, Mayor R. (2016) Mechanisms and in vivo functions of contact inhibition of locomotion. Nat. Rev. Mol. Cell Biol.
Shaw TJ, Martin P. (2016) Wound repair: a showcase for cell plasticity and migration. Curr. Opin. Cell Biol. 42:29-37
Davis J, Luchici A, Mosis F, Thackery J, Salazar J, Mao M, Dunn G, Betz T, Miodownik M, Stramer B. (2015) Inter-cellular Forces Orchestrate Contact Inhibition of Locomotion. Cell. 161:361-373.
Davis J, Huang C, Zanet J, Harrison S, Rosten E, Cox S, Soong D, Dunn G, Stramer B. (2012) Emergence of embryonic pattern through contact inhibition of locomotion. Development. 139: 4555-4560.