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Cell Biology / Development PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in York

We have 16 Cell Biology / Development PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in York

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York  United Kingdom

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We have 16 Cell Biology / Development PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in York

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Self-funded BMS project: Ion channel signalling in cancer cells

Our cells constantly sense and transport ions present in their environment. From embryonic development to epilepsy to heart disease to cancer, our cells’ ability to respond to changes in the ionic microenvironment is essential for healthy ageing. Read more

White Rose BBSRC Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP) in Mechanistic Biology

We are the White Rose BBSRC Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP) in Mechanistic Biology, bringing together the research of the world-class molecular and cellular bioscience centres at the White Rose universities of Leeds, Sheffield and York. Read more

WR DTP fully-funded project: Mechanistic dissection of intra-Golgi vesicle targeting

Intracellular vesicle transport is key for establishing compartmental identities, and therefore in defining eukaryotic cells. It is of utmost importance that vesicles reach the correct target membrane, otherwise compartmental identities become mixed. Read more

WR DTP fully-funded project: Delineating insulin-action pathways

The hormone insulin is probably most associated with its role in whole body glucose homeostasis with insulin binding receptors on fat and muscle cells playing a central role in clearing post-prandial plasma glucose. Read more

Self-funded BMS project: Understanding and targeting the hypoxic response in acute myeloid leukaemia (AML)

Hypoxia-inducible factor (HIF) is a master regulator of transcription, and its function is centrally involved in both normal haematopoiesis and in malignant transformation of blood cells causing acute myeloid leukaemia (AML). Read more

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