Validation and functional characterisation of primary sensory neurons derived from adult human dorsal root ganglia

An excellent PhD opportunity has arisen. We are looking for applicants for an exciting new PhD project investigating the physiology of adult human and rodent sensory neurons (Dorsal Root Ganglion neurons) with the goal of establishing new models for studying pain processing and aiding development of pain therapies. This project is being conducted at St Andrews in collaboration with researchers in Glasgow, and an industrial partner based in the Cambridge area, Metrion Biosciences.

For further information see the following link:Β http://www.eastscotbiodtp.ac.uk/validation-and-functional-characterisation-primary-sensory-neurons-derived-adult-human-dorsal-root

For enquires email Gareth Miles: gbm4@st-andrews.ac.uk

http://ncm.wp.st-andrews.ac.uk/

Latest grant success

We have just received our first engagement grant! A huge thank you to the Wellcome ISSF fund for supporting our application to develop a flexible teaching resource bringing research-led findings into schools. This application was made with Dr Maggie Ellis and Paul Gardener from the School of Psychology & Neuroscience and we look forward to keeping you updated on the latest developments.Β