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Molecular Modelling and Pharmacology of G protein-coupled Receptors

Many physiological processes are controlled through the activation of G protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs). It has become widely accepted that most GPCRs possess spatially distinct allosteric sites that can be targeted by small molecule ligands to modulate the receptor biological state. Read more

Intracrine GPCRs as master regulators of adipocyte lipolysis and metabolic disease

This project, funded through the MRC Advanced Inter-disciplinary Models Doctoral Training Partnership (AIM DTP), aims at investigating a new emerging paradigm in G protein-coupled receptor (GPCR) signalling in the control of adipocyte metabolism and its implications for the pharmacological therapy of metabolic disease. Read more

Investigating microvascular dysfunction in sickle cell disease (SCD)

Cerebrovascular disease is a leading cause of mortality worldwide, with numbers on the rise. It is a serious complication of a number of disease states, including sickle cell disease (SCD), an inherited autosomal recessive disorder, resulting from a single amino acid substitution in the haemoglobin β chain. Read more

SELF-FUNDING MSc BY RESEARCH PROJECT. Stellar antidepressants: dissecting antidepressant mechanisms on astrocytes

Read more about Dr Mosienko’s team and research. here. and on. Twitter. Growing amount of evidence suggests that therapeutic effects of most prescribed antidepressants such as specific serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) cannot be explained by solely an increase in brain serotonin levels. Read more

SELF-FUNDING MSc BY RESEARCH PROJECT: Do male mice prefer to live on their own?

Aggression in group housed male mice is a major concern from both an animal welfare and scientific perspective. Surprising little is known about the social behaviour of male mice in the laboratory environment and therefore what factors trigger aggression or beneficial husbandry methods. Read more

Modelling the effect of ageing in silico and on Drosophila and mouse clock neurons

Supervisors. Dr James Hodge (University of Bristol) Second supervisor. Prof Krasimira Tsaneva-Atanasova (University of Exeter) Dr Mino Belle (University of Exeter), Prof Hugh Piggins (University of Bristol). Read more

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