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About: tompratt

After obtaining a BSc (Hons) in Molecular Biology and a PhD in Developmental Neurobiology at the University of Edinburgh, I stayed in Edinburgh to carry out postdoctoral research within the Genes and Development Group before setting up my own group within the Centre for Integrative Physiology.

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PhD position in developmental neurobiology- 2

Posted by on December 12th, 2014

How do carbohydrates instruct brain development? APPLICATION DEADLINE 16th January 2015 Project Code: 2015-EastBio-001 The emergence of a brain at the front-end of a growing embryo requires very precise orchestration to make sure that the right structures form in the right place at the right times. Central to this process is not only the giving[…]

PhD position in developmental neurobiology- 1

Posted by on December 12th, 2014

Functional importance of HS carbohydrates in brain development. APPLICATION DEADLINE 5th January 2015 Project Code: 2015-CIP-012 Understanding the developmental mechanisms which create the CNS of healthy individuals is important for understanding neurological and psychiatric disorders with neurodevelopmental components. Although great strides have been made in identifying key regulators of this process our understanding is still rudimentary. Improving our knowledge base in[…]