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Biomedical Sciences projects

The postgraduate research opportunities we currently have available in our Division of Biomedical Sciences are listed below.

The Role of Protein-Carbohydrate Interactions in Regulating Haemostasis

Organisation of Microtubule Arrays in Motile and Contractile Cells

Using Genetically Encoded Correlative Light-Electron Microscopy Tags to Understand Cell Biology

Stem Cell Dynamics in the Human Endometrium

Chemical Modification of Natural Protein Nanosyringes using Non-Natural Amino Acid Based Synthetic Biology

Characterizing the crosstalk between maternal metabolism and placental function

RNA regulation and zebrafish development

A Zebrafish Model for Baraitser-Winter Syndrome affecting cytoplasmic actins

Applicants must select their project of interest and apply online selecting one of the following course codes:

MPhil/PhD in Medical Sciences (RMDA-A34P)
MPhil/PhD in Medicine (RMDA-A31P)
PhD in Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research (RMDA-B92K)
MD in Medicine (RMDA-A33P)
MSc by Research in Medical Sciences (RMDA-A35P)
MSc by Research in Medicine (RMDA-A32P)
*PhD by Published Work (RMDA-B91P)

Please ensure that you specify the name of the project and supervisor within your application.

*Please note that applicants apply for the PhD by Published Work do not have to specify a project but must identify a mentor from the approved list of supervisors.

Applicants may also wish to peruse our funding opportunities.