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Tissue Engineering PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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Tripartite synapses – a weak link in Motor Neuron Disease?

Neurons transmit information via trillions of synapses found throughout the nervous system. Some synapses receive contacts from non-neuronal cells, called astrocytes, which ‘listen in’ on neuronal communication and signal back to modulate neural activity. Read more

Understanding mechanical induced signalling in the healthy tendon

Tendon problems are a common medical complaint, our current understanding highlights that mechanical stimulus (running and walking) triggers adaptations at the cellular level1. Read more

MRC DiMeN Doctoral Training Partnership: Pneumonia in-a-dish: developing a novel iPSC-derived human alveolar model to assess polycation signalling in the inflamed lung of critically ill patients

This MRC DiMeN funded iCASE project provides an exciting opportunity for a motivated and scientifically driven Student to engage with an interdisciplinary team of academics, clinicians and an industrial partner aiming to help tackling one of the most devastating pro-inflammatory lung diseases such as pneumonia. Read more
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Development of endometrial/myometrial assembloids to study disorders of human pregnancy and childbirth

Approximately 15% of all pregnancies end in miscarriage. Apart from physical trauma, each miscarriage compounds the risk of significant psychological morbidity and obstetrical complications in a future ongoing pregnancy, foremost preterm birth. Read more

Spatial transcriptomics investigation of the cellular basis of tissue injury and regeneration in human disease

Researchers in the Sansom and Nanchahal group are studying tissue damage and repair in the context of inflammatory bowel disease1, inflammatory arthritis2, Dupuytren’s3, liver disease and in response to acute injury4. Read more

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