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Mechanisms of airway dysfunction

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  • Full or part time
    Dr M L Watson
  • Application Deadline
    Applications accepted all year round
  • Self-Funded PhD Students Only
    Self-Funded PhD Students Only

Project Description

Airway disease is characterised by uncontrolled or excessive repsonses to exogenous and endogenous signalling events. This project seeks to identify mechanisms by which IL-13 and related cytokines induce airway dysfunction and how this can be modified by pharmacological therapy.

The project will involve airway cell and organ culture together with biochemical and physiological assessment of airway cell function relevant to airway disease.

Funding Notes

We welcome year-round applications from Home/EU/Overseas self-funded students and applicants able to secure funding to cover all costs involved with PhD study, including living costs, tuition fees (and bench fees where required).

The University of Bath is an Equal Opportunities Employer and the Department is proud to hold an Athena SWAN Bronze Award.

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Application queries: contact Science Graduate School ([email protected])

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