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Molecular genetics of plant development

Genes and gene networks involved in plant development. more...

Supervisor(s): Byrne, Mary (Associate Professor)

Head Development: Intersection of transcriptional and signalling activities

This project is designed to test the hypothesis that head formation during embryogenesis is controlled by a multitude of interacting transcriptional and signalling activities and t more...

Supervisor(s): Tam, Patrick (Professor), Fossat, Nicolas (Dr)

Taking proteomics to the clinic – biomarker and pathway analysis of patient samples

Only approximately 50% of patients will be successfully diagnosed by genetic analysis and even when a gene is identified, there may be no immediate drug target. Proteomics analysis more...

Supervisor(s): Graham, Mark (Dr)

The role of endogenous glucocorticoids in osteoarthritis

This is ongoing project to define the role and mechanism of endogenous glucocorticoids in osteoarthritis. more...

Supervisor(s): Zhou, Hong (Professor), Seibel, Markus (Professor)

The Role of the Osteoblast in Mediating Glucocorticoid-Induced Metabolic Dysfunction

To investigate how glucocorticoid affect the regulation of glucose and lipid metabolism. more...

Supervisor(s): Zhou, Hong (Professor), Seibel, Markus (Professor)

Medicinal and Pharmaceutical Chemistry — Design, Synthesis and Testing of New Anti-Bacterial Agents

This project would appeal to those with interests in pharmaceutical applications of medicinal and protein chemistry. more...

Supervisor(s): Groundwater, Paul (Professor), Church, W Bret (Dr), Hibbs, David (Dai) (Professor)

Cancer Stem Cells

Cancer stem cell research more...

Supervisor(s): Hebbard, Lionel (Dr)

Mouse models of Fatty Liver

The role of the metabolic syndrome in mouse models of fatty liver more...

Supervisor(s): Hebbard, Lionel (Dr)

Hepatic organ Tissue crosstalk

This project will investigate how the liver communicates with other organs. Of special interest is how this becomes disregulated during liver disease. Mouse models will be employed. more...

Supervisor(s): Hebbard, Lionel (Dr)

Structure-based drug design with Soluble Epoxide Hydrolase

Soluble Epoxide Hydrolase (sEH), and more importantly its inhibition, may form the basis of a number of therapies due to anti-inflammatory more...

Supervisor(s): Church, W Bret (Dr)