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University of Bristol, School of Biochemistry PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 8 University of Bristol, School of Biochemistry PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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We have 8 University of Bristol, School of Biochemistry PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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MScR: Interplay of chromatin remodelling and maintenance of genome stability

Genome instability is a known driver of tumourigenesis and hallmark of cancer. Efficient eukaryotic DNA repair requires changes to chromatin to allow signalling and access of repair proteins to sites of damage. Read more

MScR: Dynamic cell and tissue responses to damage: understanding tissue repair and inflammation

Our lab is interested in the fundamental mechanisms used by cells and tissues to recover from damage. The ability to rapidly repair after injury is a key feature of many tissues, including the skin. Read more

MScR: Understanding Cell Biology Through Imaging

We study the trafficking and interaction of molecules and structures inside cells. Extracellular signals need to be processed in a correct manner for a cell to function properly. Read more

Life imitates art (or design, at least): Understanding a new group of membrane proteins

A PhD studentship is available to investigate the structure and function of a novel group of integral membrane proteins. This is a collaborative project between the laboratories of Dr Paul Curnow and Professor Ross Anderson in the School of Biochemistry at the University of Bristol. Read more

The mechanism of RNA Polymerase II transcription in chromatin

The regulation of transcription defines every aspect of cell and organismal function. Sophisticated gene regulation drives biological complexity, rather than genome size or the number of protein-coding genes. Read more
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