The Anatomical Society supports cutting edge modern research through a series of fully funded research studentships. Each studentship is focused on a specific project associated with anatomical science. Studentships are awarded on a competitive basis annually and only members of the Society can apply. Projects that are currently funded are listed below. Click on any of the project titles below for more information.
Characterisation of neural stem/progenitor cell identity, the dynamics, and the significance of postnatal neurogenesis in the mamalian cerebral cortex.
Mechanisms underlying abnormal epicardium formation in the developing heart.
Modelling the Development of Human Tissues
Morphogenesis of the semicircular canal system in the zebrafish embryo.
Biology and therapeutic potential of enteric nervous system stem cells for spinal cord repair.
Decoding the Extrinsic Regulation of Cardiac Stem Cell Fate in Cardiovascular Disease.
Investigation of the cellular and molecular consequences of maternal inflammation on the cytoarchitecture of the developing spinal cord.
The role of calcium dependent neurotransmission in axon pathfinding and axon maintenance of specified cortical pyramidal neuron populations.
Is defective spinal cord and peripheral nerve vasculature a contributory factor to pathology in Spinal Muscular Atrophy?
Anatomical and molecular characterisation of vascular ingression in the embryonic vertebrate brain.
Anatomy and development of the adult spinal cord neural stem cell niche.
A new mouse model for investigating xerostomia: Fgf10 +/- mice.
Table of All Currently Funded Research Studentships
Information about Graduate Research Studentships