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.
13 Dec 2019Mike Hannan with the stores team for the third year organised a collection point for the Dundee Christmas Toy Appeal that is led by Dundee City Council. Each...
11 Dec 2019The School of Life Sciences Sustainability Action Team recognises that SLS produces quite a large amount of polymer waste, some of which is not biologically...
04 Dec 2019Dr Melissa D'Ascenzio, a Lecturer in Pharmaceutical Chemistry from the D’Arcy Thompson Unit, has passed her three-year probation period at the University....
04 Dec 2019The School has welcomed three new group leaders in recent months. They are currently establishing their laboratories across three of our divisions. Leeanne...
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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.
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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".