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Conserved mechanisms of chronic pain

This project involves combining human genomics data for chronic pain disease with high throughput behavioral genomics techniques in fruit fly in order to better understand how chron more...

Supervisor(s): Neely, Greg (Associate Professor)

Whole genome CRISPR screening to define drug mechanism of action

This project will involve new whole genome CRISPR editing strategies, coupled with bioinformatics analysis, to identify the complete molecular mechanism of action for relevant human more...

Supervisor(s): Neely, Greg (Associate Professor)

HUMAN MINIBRAINS GROWN FROM STEM CELLS

This project will involve CRISPR genome editing strategies combined with human stem cell derived mini-brains to investigate new neuronal factors that control development, cognitive more...

Supervisor(s): Neely, Greg (Associate Professor)

CRISPR-based genome editing

The recent development of genome editing technology is perhaps the single biggest technical breakthrough in the history of life sciences, allowing for near complete control over euk more...

Supervisor(s): Neely, Greg (Associate Professor)

Gene editing of stem cells or cancer to develop new stem cell therapies to treat human disease

This project involves the use of human stem cells and CRISPR genome editing to study basic signalling pathways controlling stem cell differentiation and/or cancer. A compliment more...

Supervisor(s): Neely, Greg (Associate Professor)

Gene editing of human stem cells and to better understand chronic pain disease

This project involves the use of human stem cells to generate pain sensing neurons and CRISPR gene editing to identify new pain killers. A complimentary scholarship for this pr more...

Supervisor(s): Neely, Greg (Associate Professor)