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How do molecules make memories? Understanding synaptic plasticity at the level of protein pathways and signalling.

This project aims to discover and validate new molecular mechanisms of how synaptic plasticity, which underlies learning and memory, is regulated by protein interactions and phospho more...

Supervisor(s): Graham, Mark (Dr)

Post-translational modifications in bacterial proteins

This project will identify novel proteins that are post-translationally modified in bacterial pathogens and the role of such modification in virulence. more...

Supervisor(s): Cordwell, Stuart (Professor)

Examining the role of ABC transporter proteins in the development of Alzheimer’s disease

Cholesterol and other lipids have been shown to be related to the development of chronic disease including Alzheimer's disease. This project will study aspects of the cellular proce more...

Supervisor(s): Gelissen, Ingrid (Dr)

The role of calcium overload in myocardial ischemia / reperfusion injury

This project aims to identify the biochemical targets of calcium overload responsible for ischemia / reperfusion injury in the heart. more...

Supervisor(s): Cordwell, Stuart (Professor)

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)

How to stop an epileptic seizure - looking for the right molecules to target

Over 400 proteins are implicated in epilepsy. This project involves interrogating models of epilepsy to determine which are the key pathways and molecular mechanisms which could be more...

Supervisor(s): Graham, Mark (Dr)

Exploring the Sulfoproteome using Synthetic Sulfoproteins

More than 70% of all mammalian proteins are predicted to be functionalised with posttranslational modifications (PTMs). These modifications serve to expand the functional repertoire more...

Supervisor(s): Payne, Richard (Professor)

The role of redox in signalling: assessing the requirement of reactive oxygen species in signal transduction

Define the role of ROS in insulin signal transduction and explore how loss of control of this process causes diseases such as diabetes and cancer more...

Supervisor(s): James, David (Professor)

Link between ATP supply and consumption in the maintenance of the shape of the red blood cell in normal and disease states

The link between the main energy supply (ATP from glycolysis) and its consumption by the cytoskeleton will be studied by using nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy, compute more...

Supervisor(s): Kuchel, Philip (Emeritus Professor)