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Babraham Institute (Cambridge), The Babraham Graduate Programme PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

We have 11 Babraham Institute (Cambridge), The Babraham Graduate Programme PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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We have 11 Babraham Institute (Cambridge), The Babraham Graduate Programme PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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Investigating how RNA helicase activity modulates antibody immunity

Adaptive immunity is characterized by gradual, though highly specific and effective immune responses against pathogens. B-cells are responsible for the production of a diverse repertoire of antibodies, through class switch recombination (CSR) and somatic hypermutation (SHM). Read more

Control of developmental timing in mammals

How biological timing is encoded in the genome is a fundamental question in biology. In development, the pace of developmental programs is a source of evolutionary change. Read more

Elucidating the spatial and temporal dynamics of Wnt signalosome assembly

Wnt secreted signalling molecules are not only crucial for development, during which they provide a blueprint for tissue formation, but they also help maintain healthy tissue microarchitecture and function in adulthood by regulating tissue renewal1. Read more

Exploring the interplay of viruses and non-canonical autophagy in host cell responses

The cellular response to viral infection is essential in engaging the immune system and other anti-viral mechanisms. Understanding how viruses interact with different host signalling pathways is important in uncovering new targets for intervention. Read more

Harnessing cellular safety programs to prevent ageing

Ageing is a major challenge for individuals and the whole of society. Notably, ageing is a main risk factor for developing diseases such as cancer, heart disease, diabetes and neurodegeneration. Read more

Correcting ageing defects in B lymphocyte development and antibody production

B lymphocytes in the adaptive immune system generate billions of antibodies to combat the countless pathogens we encounter. This key function underpins the normal immune response, while defects contribute to poor response to infection and vaccination in elderly people. Read more
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