- Mathematical modelling of the circadian Ca2+ signalling network (Dr. Alex Webb, Plant Sciences with Dr. Jorge Goncalves, Engineering).
- How do cells regulate key cell cycle transitions (Dr Jonathon Pines; Zoology; Martin Howard UEA)
- The influence of seasonal disturbance and climate change on crop disease (Dr. Nik Cunniffe, Prof Chris Gilligan; Plant Sciences)
- The mammalian "methylome" (Dr Cath Green and Professor Chris Abell. Chemistry)
- Dynamics of the Notch response (Prof Sarah Bray, PDN; Dr Steve Russell, Systems Biology Institute; Prof Simon Tavare, DAMTP).
- Systems modelling of organ morphogenesis in mammals (Dr Paul Schofield PDN with Dr Bernard de Bono, EBI)
- Modelling the morphogenesis of the early amniote embyo (Dr Octavian Voiculescu, PDN)
- Regulatory network analysis (Prof Sir David Baulcombe, Plant Sciences)
- Temporal control of neurogenesis (Prof Andrea Brand; Dr Gos Micklem; Cambridge Systems Biology Centre; Dr Lorenz Wernisch, MRC Biostatistics Unit)
- Quantitative gastrulation: understanding how morphogenetic movements are coupled in embryonic development (Dr Benedicte Sanson, PDN; Dr Richard Adams, PDN; Dr Emmanuel Farge, Physics Department, Curie Institute, Paris).
- Synthetic patterns in plant development. (Dr. Jim Haseloff, Plant Sciences http://www.plantsci.cam.ac.uk/Haseloff/; http://www.synbio.org.uk)
- Energy efficiency of information coding in Drosophila photoreceptors (Dr Jeremy Niven, Zoology)
Further information at http://www.pdn.cam.ac.uk/g2o/
To apply: Please send application including c.v.with full details of academic record and research experience to Aileen Briggs (firstname.lastname@example.org). Arrange for two references to be sent to the same address by the closing date.
Application deadline extended: April 23rd 2010
Note: Full funding is available for UK and other EU students who meet the BBSRC eligibility criteria which include UK residency.