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Biochemistry PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in the UK

We have 624 Biochemistry PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in the UK

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Developing mechanistic hypotheses for the action of therapeutic diets in the treatment of Crohns disease (QUINCE_E22MMB)

Crohn’s disease (CD) is an incapacitating inflammatory disease of the gut. Dietary therapy is one of the most effective treatments for CD with the advantage of reduced side effects compared to drugs such as steroids. Read more

Do forests established on alkaline bedrock sink more or less carbon than forests established on other materials?

Project Description. Reforestation and afforestation have gained increasing popularity amongst policymakers and third sector organisations as a means of mitigating climate change and meeting the UK’s Net Zero goals. Read more

Understanding the role of alpha-actinin in cardiac disease: from molecules to in vivo models

In the heart and skeletal muscle, the Z-disc is a crucial structure to anchor thin filaments of the contractile units. Moreover, the Z-disc is recognised as a signalling hub, sensing and responding to changes in the environment. Read more

British Heart Foundation 4 Year PhD Scholarships

Call for Applications for September 2022. Institute of Cardiovascular & Medical Sciences (ICAMS). This award is led by Professor Eleanor Davies within the Institute of Cardiovascular & Medical Sciences (ICAMS), which is a BHF Centre of Research Excellence. Read more

Redefining the origin of life:(Photo)electrochemistry at subfreezing conditions

The origin of life remains one of the greatest and most controversial problems of science. Since 1953, when Miller and Urey performed their now-famous experiment, the scientific community has been strongly divided over whether life arose on Earth under hot-start or cold-start scenarios. Read more

Biovalorisation of polyethylene plastic waste (Ref: MRDF22/HLS/BB/MUNOZ)

Plastic waste is omnipresent in the biosphere and has become an overwhelming environmental concern. Only a small fraction of plastics is recycled or processed when reaching their end of life. Read more

MRC DiMeN Doctoral Training Partnership: Raman spectroscopy of human aortic tissue for intra-operative surgical guidance

The most common aortic conditions are aneurysm and dissection caused by weakening or splitting of the aortic wall, respectively. Aneurysm and dissection surgery involve removal of the damaged section of aorta and replacement with a synthetic graft. Read more

MRC DiMeN Doctoral Training Partnership: The pro- and anti-ageing roles of innate immunity in vivo

Immunosenescence increases susceptibility to infection and through decreased immune surveillance promotes ageing more generally. The ageing immune system also becomes overactive or dysregulated, causing inflammation, an important ageing mechanism. Read more

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