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Film Studies

If you are interested in pursuing a higher research degree in Film Sutides please contact the Director of the Film Studies program, Dr Bruce Isaacs, bruce.isaacs@sydney.edu.au, more...

Supervisor(s): Isaacs, Bruce (Dr), Potter, Susan (Dr), Smith, Richard (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)

Utilising Clinically Relevant Mechanisms to Develop Neuroprotective Strategies in Glaucoma

Neuroprotective strategies for glaucoma therapy have been investigated extensively over the last few years with disappointing clinical trial results. However a significant proportio more...

Supervisor(s): White, Andrew (Dr)

Arts Music Unit

The Arts Music Unit at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music provides study opportunities in music as part of an arts degree or a combined degree (such as arts/commerce, arts/law and a more...

Supervisor(s): Fairchild, Charles (Dr), Boyd, Anne (Professor), Wierzbicki, James (Dr)

Studies of a novel cancer gene with links to transcription

This project will investigate how a tumour suppressor implicated in a number of different malignancies functions to cause cancer. more...

Supervisor(s): Marsh, Deborah (Associate Professor)

Plant-microbe communication - the stimulation of bacterial sulfatases

The roots of all crop plants are surrounded by a myriad of other organisms, including bacteria, fungi, protozoa and invertebrates. This community plays a crucial role in maintaining more...

Supervisor(s): Kertesz, Michael (Associate Professor)

Using Gene editing to cure genetic neurological disorders

This project is an opportunity for a PhD student who is interested in genetic disorders of the brain and who is prepared to work at the cutting edge of technology. Genetic neurologi more...

Supervisor(s): Gold, Wendy (Dr)

Targeting melanoma secretory pathways.

Cancer cells secrete a variety of factors that induce tumour growth, metastasis, angiogenesis, and alter the tumour stroma to create a more favourable microenviroment. This project more...

Supervisor(s): Weninger , Wolfgang (Professor), Beaumont, Kimberley (Dr)