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Unravelling chromatin dynamics during de-etiolation (Durham)

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    Dr M de Lucas
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    Funded PhD Project (European/UK Students Only)

Project Description

Applications are invited for a PhD position in the group of Dr. Miguel de Lucas at the School of Biological and Biomedical Sciences at Durham University to carry out fundamental research in the field of chromatin remodeling in response to environmental signals. The project will involve examining the dynamic of histone post-transcriptional modifications in response to light using novel next generation sequencing techniques combined with genetic, biochemical and computational approaches. The student will be part of a highly dynamic and collaborative environment. During the course of the PhD, the student will attend to courses and conferences, collaborate with other researchers in the institute as well as visit research labs within or abroad the UK.


For further information see the website: https://www.dur.ac.uk/biosciences/

To apply:
Please submit a full CV and covering letter directly to [email protected]

Funding Notes

This is a 4 year BBSRC studentship under the Newcastle-Liverpool-Durham DTP. The successful applicant will receive research costs, tuition fees and stipend (£14,057 for 2015-16). The PhD will start in September 2016. Applicants should have, or be expecting to receive, a 2.1 Hons degree (or equivalent) in a relevant subject. EU candidates must have been resident in the UK for 3 years in order to receive full support. There are 2 stages to the application process.

References

M. Taylor-Teeples, L. Li, M. de Lucas, G. Turco, T. W. Toal, A. Gaudinier, N. F. Young, G. M. Trabucco, M. T. Veling, R. Lamothe, P. P. Handakumbura, G. Xiong, C. Wang, J. Corwin, A. Tsoukalas, L. Zhang, D. Ware, M. Pauly, D. J. Kliebenstein, K. Dehesh, I. Tagkopoulos, G. Breton, J. L. Pruned-Paz, S. E. Ahnert, S. A. Kay, S. P. Hazen & S. M. Brady (2015). An Arabidopsis gene regulatory network for secondary cell wall synthesis. Nature 517(7536): 571-575


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