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We are currently accepting applications for our 2022 programme. Please send a CV with contact details of three referees to, including a cover letter explaining your interest in our work. Please also indicate which group(s) you are most interested in, and whether you prefer rotations or would like to join one lab directly.

Other Funding PhD Projects

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Regulation of cellular stress responses by heterotypic ubiquitin chains Yogesh Kulathu MORE

MRC PPU 4-year PhD programme

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How does ubiquitin signalling help cells cope with stress? Yogesh Kulathu MORE
How do dead kinases regulate immune signalling? Yogesh Kulathu MORE
Non-lysine ubiquitination and its biomedical relevance Satpal Virdee MORE
Targeting DNA repair pathways for personalized cancer treatment John Rouse MORE
Genome stability pathways that control chromosome replication during mitosis in animal cells Karim Labib MORE
Dissecting how the FAM83 proteins define protein kinase CK1 substrates in cells and human diseases. Gopal Sapkota MORE
Signalling pathways controlling protein degradation upon stress Adrien Rousseau MORE
Finding the eat-me signals Ian Ganley MORE
Molecular mechanisms underlying Parkinson's disease Dario Alessi MORE
The antiviral roles of ISG15 modifications Kirby Swatek MORE
Some of our group leaders (e.g. Philip Cohen) also offer PhD projects through other programmes in the School of Life Sciences.