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We are looking for talented and motivated graduates with backgrounds in biological or biomedical sciences, physics, chemistry, mathematics or computer science to join the 2019 Crick PhD programme
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Find out more about the key questions driving our research.
Cell biology aims to understand how a cell, the basic unit of life, converts information stored within its genome into form and function, as well as how cells react and respond to each other and their environment.
Cell Biology of Infection Laboratory
Cellular Adaptive Behaviour Lab
Retroviral Replication Laboratory
Malaria Biochemistry Laboratory
Epithelial Stem Cell Biology & Regenerative Medicine Laboratory
DSB Repair Metabolism Laboratory
Organelle Dynamics Laboratory
Chemical Biology Approaches to Malaria Laboratory
Chromosome Replication Laboratory
Host-Toxoplasma Interaction Laboratory
Neurodegeneration Biology Laboratory
Polarity and Patterning Networks Laboratory
Host-Pathogen Interactions in Tuberculosis Laboratory
Developmental Signalling Laboratory
Malaria Parasitology Laboratory
State-Dependent Neural Processing Laboratory
Single Molecule Enzymology Laboratory
Mechanobiology and Biophysics Laboratory
Cell Cycle Laboratory
Comparative Biology of Mitotic Division Lab
Research opportunity for a postdoctoral clinical fellow in Peter Ratcliffe's lab.
This sandwich placement will be based in the lab of Michael Blackman.
This is a summer student position supervised by Wei Ng in Eva Frickel’s lab.