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We have 9 Biophysics PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in St Andrews

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*Eastbio*: Serum albumin glycation and its impact on Zn2+-dependent haemostasis and insulin dynamics

Zinc is an essential micronutrient in mammals, vital to virtually all physiological pathways and processes. High nanomolar concentrations of free zinc ions (Zn2+) are cytotoxic; therefore, extracellular zinc is usually well-buffered. Read more

EASTBIO Shaping tissues by pulsed contractions - studying how cells change shape during morphogenesis

  Research Group: Biomedical Sciences Research Centre
BACKGROUND. To shape tissues and organs, cells need to exert forces on their neighbours and respond to them. Individual cells can generate forces with their actin cytoskeleton. Read more

EASTBIO How does a mammalian cell physically organise the complex processes of gene expression and regulation?

  Research Group: Biomedical Sciences Research Centre
BACKGROUND. Accurate gene expression and regulation in mammalian cells is a hugely complex process, essential for cellular and organismal homeostasis. Read more

EASTBIO Structure-function analysis of a plant virus RNA transport protein

  Research Group: Biomedical Sciences Research Centre
Background. Plant viruses are major crop pathogens which cause $60 billion annual damage to the global agri-economy and threaten sustainable food production. Read more

EASTBIO Understanding the fundamental properties of innate immunity regulation.

  Research Group: Biomedical Sciences Research Centre
BACKGROUND. The innate immune response is mediated by cytokines called type I interferons (IFNs) and is crucial to control viral infections. Read more
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