• Dividing human TC Cell.

    Dividing human TC cell.

  • Zebrafish embryo at 1 day old. DNA (nuclei) in dark blue, the cell polarity marker ZO1 in red, GFAP marking glial cells in green, and acetylated tubulin marking neurons in light blue.

    Zebrafish embryo at 1 day old.

  • Golgi protein and intermediate filaments in human TC cell.

    Golgi protein and intermediate filaments in human TC cell.

  • Sheet of human TC cells showing actin scaffold and nucleus.

    Sheet of human TC cells showing actin scaffold and nucleus.

Do you want to choose your PhD project from an extensive breadth of molecular, cellular and developmental biology projects?

About the programme

The Dynamics of Cellular Regulatory Networks programme offers advanced training in a range of cutting-edge projects at levels from genes to cells to tissues, supported by state-of-the-art core facilities.

We are accepting applications for a Faculty-funded studentship that will be aligned to this 4 year Programme. Funding will cover fees and stipend at RCUK rate (not the Wellcome Trust rate).

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Programme themes

The PhD Programme is based on four interlinked themes that form a logical progression in understanding the synthesis, function and outputs of cellular networks during development and disease states:

  • Cellular Dynamics and Proteostasis
  • Dynamic Signalling Systems
  • Global Gene Regulatory Networks
  • Cellular Mechanisms of Disease

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