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"Tumours are commonly described as wounds that do not heal. Tumours and chronic wounds comprise dysregulated epithelial cells, senescent fibroblasts, and share similar gene...
Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that is characterised by the deposition and accumulation of amyloid beta plaques and phosphorylated tau filaments in...
Sensory neurons detect and transmit painful stimuli to the CNS. Inflammation and nerve injury sensitise sensory neurons which results in a decrease of pain thresholds. This can be due,...
This project is an exciting opportunity to combine zebrafish genetics with chemical biology to understand the function of a G protein-coupled receptor (GPCR). The GPCR superfamily...
In addition to erythrocytes and leucocytes, blood is known to contain cells of endothelial origin from a range of tissues. Many such cells express proteins, such as the peptide hormone...
The Department of Music at the University of Sheffield is delighted to announce three new doctoral scholarships, generously funded by The Frederick Loewe Foundation and supervised by...
We are looking for a bright, enthusiastic and self-motivated PhD student to join our research group in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Sheffield to work...
Cells of the innate immune system (leukocytes) are in a constant balance during homeostasis and disease between activated and silenced states. Specifically, macrophages are now known...
Large artery atherosclerosis is the underlying cause of acute coronary syndromes and also causes approximately 50% of ischaemic strokes. However, robust clinical predictors of future...
Loud noise exposure and aging lead to the permanent loss of afferent synaptic contacts to the primary sensory inner hair cells (IHCs) in the cochlea, whilst causing only a temporary or undetectable...
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