The Wellcome Trust Integrated molecular, cellular and translational biology programme combines scientific excellence with a commitment to improving the working environment and transition support for trainees. This PhD programme, provided by world-renowned scientists from the School of Life Sciences at the University of Dundee, will train the next generation of scientists at the forefront of international science. Students will join our supportive and positive research culture with the opportunity to select research projects centred around four themes:
- Cellular Regulation
- Protein Modification
- Infection and Immunity
- Drug Discovery and Translation
Around 50 different potential supervisors will participate in this programme
Prof Angus Lamond
We are studying gene expression, RNA processing and disease mechanisms in human cells and model organisms. Our goal is to characterise structure/function relationships within the cell and to study protein dynamics at a systems level. We do this using a combination of quantitative techniques, including mass-spectrometry-based proteomics, cell and molecular biology, fluorescence microscopy and computational approaches for big data analytics and interactive data exploration. The use of high throughput proteomics technologies provides a system-wide approach allowing us to measure cellular responses for a large number of proteins in parallel. An integral part of this work is the development of new software tools for the management analysis and visualisation of complex proteomics data sets (see http://www.peptracker.com/).