Studentships previously funded by the Society

Information about the research project and outputs from various studentships previously supported by the Society can be found below:

Development of olfactory ensheathing glial from the neural crest.

A novel glial cell with neural stem cell properties.

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

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

The role of the tenocyte in tendon ossification: inherent plasticity orenvironmental cues?

Investigating the development of the pharyngeal apparatus

Characterisation of the migration of neuroblasts during the formation of the cranial sensory ganglia.

Epigenetic regulation of transcriptional activity within the syncytiotrophoblast of human placenta.

Investigation into the biological effects of novel synthetic retinoid analogues on avian embryogenesis and their mechanisms of action.

Intra and interspecific craniofacial morphology in old world monkeys: environments, dietary adaptations and facial mechanics.

Cellular and molecular recognition of a novel neural migratory stream in the adult mouse brain.

Limb vein pattern analysis: a biometric  for human forensic identification.

Investigation of the embryological origin and development of intrinsic ganglia within the mammalian lung.

Elucidating the molecular mechanisms underlying cell movements in early mammalian embryogenesis.

Development of Functional Regionalisation in the Human Neocortex

Comparative analysis of early axon tracts in the embryonic vertebrate brain

Axon Outgrowth in the Developing Cerebral Cortex


Table ot Current Studentships