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The Research Interests Of The Biochemistry And Molecular Biology Group Center On Proteins And The Genes That Encode Them.
The group is an integral part of the School of Life Sciences, with thirteen research groups and three research facilities, providing a dynamic and collaborative environment for carrying out state-of-the-art research.
Current funding comes from the Medical Research Council, the Biotechnology, Biocsience Research Council, Cancer Research UK, The Wellcome Trust, Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research and other charities.
Funded PhD studentships.
Three fully funded PhD studentships are available in the Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Group starting in September 2013:
Details can be found here: BMB Studentships [DOCX 14.26MB]
Host genes targeted by Epstein Barr virus during replication
Professor Alison Sinclair [firstname.lastname@example.org]
Methods for demonstrating target engagement for novel CNS drugs
Professor John Atack John Atack [J.Atack@sussex.ac.uk]
Understanding immortalisation: how are B-cell factors hijacked by Epstein-Barr virus to reprogramme gene expression
Dr Michelle West Michelle West [email@example.com]
Formal applications should be made using our online application system at http://www.sussex.ac.uk/study/pg/applying/
Please mention the name of the principal investigator as the suggested supervisor in the application.
Please also send a full CV, degree results or marks to date and names of 2 academic referees directly to the proposed supervisor.
Applicants should hold or expect to hold qualifications at the level of, or equivalent to, a first or upper class second honours degree from a UK institution.