Dr Anna Barnard, Imperial College London, Selective Helix-Mimetics as Tools in Malaria Research
Dr Christos Bergeles, University College London, 3D In-Focus Endoscopic Imaging with Light-Field Cameras: Optomechatronics and Algorithms
Dr Maike Bublitz, University of Oxford, Proton Transporting ATPases: Structural and Functional Studies of Fungal Proton Pumps
Dr Angus Cameron, Queen Mary University of London, Defining the role of PKN2 in cancer-associated fibroblasts
Dr Richard Chahwan, University of Exeter, Chromatin modifications in genomic stability, immune diversity, and tumorigenesis
Dr Edwin Chen, University of Leeds, Role of CHD4 Helicase in Malignant Megakaryopoiesis
Dr Mihaela Crisan, University of Edinburgh, Investigate the link between the two hematopoietic stem cell types: different origins, different niches or both?
Dr Molly Crockett, University of Oxford, Identifying risk factors for personality disorder using computational neuroimaging and ecological momentary assessment
Dr Margaret Cunningham, University of Strathclyde, A multi-disciplinary approach to thrombin receptor research – A focus on the interrogation of the Proteinase-activated Receptor 4 (PAR4) interactome
Dr Alice Davidson, University College London, Investigating TCF4 triplet-repeat-mediated pathogenic mechanisms associated with Fuchs endothelial corneal dystrophy (FECD), a visually devastating and common age-related disease.
Dr Emma Dempster, University of Exeter, Using functional epigenomics to dissect the molecular architecture of schizophrenia
Dr Catherine Hall, University of Sussex, How does Apolipoprotein E4 affect brain oxygenation and blood flow?
Dr Sian Henson, Queen Mary University of London, Investigating the dynamics of senescent human T-cell trafficking
Dr Daniel Horton, University of Surrey, Understanding constraints and drivers acting on viruses that cross species barriers, using rabies virus as a model
Dr Benjamin Lehne, Imperial College London, A trans-ethnic gut microbiome study of insulin resistance
Dr Florian Merkle, University of Cambridge, Regulation of human neurones that promote feeding
Dr Emily Noël, University of Sheffield, The second heart field and cardiac morphogenesis – using transcriptomics to unravel heart development
Dr Paulo Ribeiro, Queen Mary University of London, The Interplay Between Polarity and Hippo Signalling in the Regulation of Tissue Growth
Dr Samantha Terry, King's College London, Radiobiological assessment of radionuclides used for therapy; how can they be used effectively?