Sharing and explaining our science has always been recognised as an integral part of the remit and responsibility of all our scientists. We are keen to communicate our passion for scientific research to members of the public, to people of all ages and from all educational backgrounds.
06 Aug 2020Three of the world’s leading pharmaceutical companies have pledged £7.5 million to allow the University of Dundee’s Division of Signal Transduction Therapy (...
03 Aug 2020A research team led by the University of Dundee’s Dr Satpal Virdee has identified a potential new strategy for treating a range of neurodegenerative diseases...
03 Aug 2020The three-year alliance will allow knowledge, skills and technology sharing, as well as two joint postdoctoral positions, in order to accelerate discoveries on...
27 Jul 2020This week over 40 pupils from across Scotland will come together online to attend a virtual work experience week at the University of Dundee. Each year the...
Molecular MicrobiologyClosing Date:16 Aug 2020
Life Sciences OfficeClosing Date:18 Aug 2020
Biological Chemistry and Drug DiscoveryClosing Date:20 Aug 2020
School of ResearchClosing Date:21 Aug 2020
Alhopuro, P., Bjorklund, M., Sammalkorpi, H., Turunen, M., Tuupanen, S., Bistrom, M., Niittymaki, I., Lehtonen, H. J., Kivioja, T., Launonen, V., Saharinen, J., Nousiainen, K., Hautaniemi, S., Nuorva, K., Mecklin, J. P., Jarvinen, H., Orntoft, T., Arango, D., Lehtonen, R., Karhu, A., Taipale, J. and Aaltonen, L. A. (2010) Mutations in the circadian gene CLOCK in colorectal cancer. Mol Cancer Res, 8, 952-960.
PhD projects are offered within Research Divisions of the School of Life Sciences. The SLS programme may allow candidates to directly join a particular laboratory for their main PhD project.
University of Dundee School of Life Sciences schools outreach aims to support Scotland's schools and their delivery of outcomes and aims around science, topical and ethical issues, careers, and interdisciplinary learning.
Abbas, M., M. E. Schwartz, F. J. Smith, W. H. McLean and P. R. Hull (2015). "PCQoL: A Quality of Life Assessment Measure for Pachyonychia Congenita." J Cutan Med Surg 19(1): 57-65.
The prestigious Wellcome Four-Year PhD Training Programme in Molecular and Cellular Biology allows students to do a year of rotation projects followed by a conventional 3-Yr PhD project. Students select 3 rotation projects of around 3 months duration each, in the areas of "Cell and Developmental Biology, Immunology", "Molecular Microbiology, Biological Chemistry and Drug Discovery" and "Gene Regulation and Expression".