We have 51 proteomic PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students

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proteomic PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students

We have 51 proteomic PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students

Chromatin remodelling complexes in human brain development

Chromatin regulators are a group of proteins that control the way the rest of the genome is opened up and “read” by the cellular machinery, with fundamental roles in development and disease. Read more

Plasma proteomic associations with human cardiovascular disease

A powerful strategy for drug discovery and development is the analysis of genomic data from large human populations to prioritise potential therapeutic targets, predict on- and off-target effects of pharmacological inhibition, and to improve patient stratification for therapeutic responsiveness in clinical trials. Read more

MSc by Research: Nutrient-dependent regulation of microglia function and immune responses

Microglia are constantly sensing the brain environment for metabolic changes, damage and pathogenic invasion. Microglia are highly metabolically active, with activation in response to inflammatory stimulation increasing glycolytic demand. Read more

Investigating the impact of inflammation on cardiovascular disease

We are seeking talented, motivated students with a passion for research in cardiovascular inflammation and immune-mediated chronic inflammatory diseases to join the group of Dr Asif Iqbal (Dr Asif Iqbal - Institute of Cardiovascular Sciences - University of Birmingham). Read more

Role of the Rho GTPase RhoD in cancer

Epithelial cancers such as breast cancer become difficult to treat when they invade the surrounding tissues, eventually entering the blood stream and spreading to other parts of the body to form metastases. Read more

Li Fraumeni Syndrome, p53 and cancer

Li Fraumeni Syndrome (LFS) is a rare genetic condition caused by germline TP53 mutations, either inherited or occurring at conception, which results in a strong predisposition to cancer (>90% and 70% lifetime risk for women and men, respectively). Read more

Multifidelity simulations for high-throughput generative protein engineering pipelines

  Research Group: Institute of Quantitative Biology, Biochemistry and Biotechnology
The goal of this PhD project is to develop and combine data-driven and physics-driven computational methods to enable the rapid and accurate optimisation of protein sequences for bioengineering applications. Read more

Scientific Machine Learning for Signal Transduction

Signal Transduction allows cells to respond to extracellular cues. Which and how strongly distinct signalling pathways are activated in individual cells varies from cell to cell and depends on their molecular makeup. Read more

Diagnostics for FMF patients and carrier survival in pandemics

Background. Familial Mediterranean Fever (FMF) is a rare inherited genetic disease where patients acquire a mutation on the pyrin gene leading to excessive inflammasome activation and excessive inflammation. Read more

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