The Division of Computational Biology brings together scientists with skills in developing and applying computational, mathematical and biophysical techniques to questions in biological and medical research.
18 Apr 2019Latest research from Professor Kim Dale and collaborators has uncovered further knowledge into the developmental segmentation process which may also impact on...
17 Apr 2019Researchers from the Division of Cell Signalling and Immunology in the School have shown that a drug previously used to treat Type 2 diabetes could potentially...
17 Apr 2019One of the most prevalent cancer-causing genes or “oncogenes” is called PI3KCA. Damaging changes or “mutations” in this oncogene are found in many cancers...
15 Apr 2019Hannah Tovell an Alessi lab PhD student working closely with the Ciulli lab has published an improved HaloPROTAC method to induce post–translational knockdown...
- "New genetic approaches for antimalarial targ...
- MSI Small Lecture Theatre
- "Mathematical modeling of blood vessel develo...
- CTIR Sir Kenneth and Lady Noreen Murray Seminar Room
- "The role that microbes & their enzymes c...
- New Seminar Room James Hutton Institute Errol Road, Invergowrie, DD2 5DA
- ‘Environment – Genex interaction in Crohn’s diseas...
- MSI Small Lecture Theatre
Centre for Gene Regulation and ExpressionClosing Date:30 Apr 2019
Biological Chemistry and Drug DiscoveryClosing Date:02 May 2019
Medical Research Council Protein Phosphorylation and Ubiquitylation UnitClosing Date:05 May 2019
Centre for Gene Regulation and ExpressionClosing Date:13 May 2019
The Geomicrobiology Group carries out research on the geoactive properties of microorganisms in order to understand their importance in key biosphere processes and their applied potential.
The overarching theme of the Division is "the discovery of chemical solutions to biological problems" through excellence in basic and applied multidisciplinary research.
Researchers in this Division investigate the mechanisms of differentiation in developing organisms, stem cells and adult tissues and how these are corrupted in disease states.
The Centre for Gene Regulation and Expression (GRE) was created within the University of Dundee School of Life Sciences in January 2008. Our aim is to build and enhance GRE as a world leading research centre studying the cell biology of gene expression and chromosome biology.
Choose a subject area that inspires you. Genuine fascination with the area of research helps you to learn quickly and provides motivation to carry you through the times when experiments are not working out as planned.
The Chinese Scholarship Council provides opportunities for Chinese Students to undertake a PhD programme in any research field at the School of Life Sciences. Successful applicants will receive support to enter the China Scholarship Council (CSC) competition scheme.