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University of Birmingham


Doctoral Candidates: 1

Andrzej Kutner

© Geoffrey Brown

Principal Investigator

Geoffrey Brown, PhD

University of Birmingham is a leading research-intensive university. The College of Medical and Dental Sciences (CMDS), one of the best UK Medical Schools, will host the DC. UoB has cellular, molecular and genomic research hubs and pathogen free animal facilities. Facilities include genomics, confocal microscopy, an imaging centre, cell culture, FACS sorters, cell/DNA banking and computational biology, and the UoB Clinical Trials Unit.

Geoffrey Brown has studied blood cell development and the anticancer actions of vitamins A and D. He was a Director of Graduate Studies (PhD) and Postgraduate Taught Lead (Masters) at CMDS (1999-2021), serving as a member of the UoB Postgraduate Strategy Group and UoB Graduate Studies Management Board. G. Brown coordinated the FP7-PEOPLE-2012-ITN DECIDE (315902).

Maarten Hoogenkamp, PhD will co-supervise the DC. He is interested in the role of transcription factors in haematopoietic cell development and leukaemia.

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