Current Anatomical Society Studentships

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.

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.

Adhesion signalling in embryo-epithelial interactions at implantation.

Expression of autism susceptibility genes in the earliest stages of human cerebral cortex development.

Investigation of pathological mechanisms underlying the childhood motor neurone disease Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA) and evaluation of new therapeutic strategies.

Mechanoadaptation of developing Limbs: 'Shaking a Leg'.

Development of olfactory ensheathing glia from neural crest.

Synthetic morphology:using synthetic biology modules to engineer model tissues.

A novel glial cell with neural stem cell properties.

The roles of planar cell polarity genes in a classical anatomical system:the cornea.

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