Associate Professor William Phillips
F13 - Anderson Stuart Building
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Dr Bill Phillips’ group uses techniques of molecular physiology to investigate the mechanisms that underlie the formation and modification of synapses between nerve and muscle throughout life, and how neuromuscular diseases can interfere with these fundamental processes, leading to weakness.
PhD and Masters' project opportunities
Role of MuSK signalling in the adaptive regeneration of the neuromuscular synapse
Transgenic mouse line L25: a possible new mouse model for motor neuron disease research?
Regulation of postsynaptic acetylcholine receptor clustering by neural agrin
Cannabinoid regulation of neuromuscular transmission