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Research Students

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Medical Sciences/Skin Sciences

Pouria Akhbari

Project Title: Functional Analysis of a Merkel Cell polyoma virus-encoded miRNA

Supervisors: Our Staff and Prof Des Tobin

Start date: October 2013

Funding: Institute of Life Sciences Research (ILSR) studentship

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Adewonuola Alase

Project Title: The role of IL-10 family members in cutaneous inflammation

Supervisors: Dr Miriam Wittman and Prof Des Tobin

Start date: October 2012

Funding: Institute of Life Sciences Research (ILSR) studentship

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Chinedu Anthony Anene

Project Title: Roles of microRNA in the Endothelial Cell Dysfunction in Type 2 Diabetes

Supervisors: Dr Anne Graham and Our Staff

Start date: January 2014

Funding: Self-funded

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Inemo Asamaowei

Project Title: Epigenetic mechanisms in control of human epithelial stem cell activity during skin regeneration

Supervisors: Dr Natalia Botchkareva and Dr Andrei Mardaryev

Start date: April 2013

Funding: Bayelsa State Scholarship Board, Nigeria

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Charles Bridgewood

Project Title: The role of Endothelial cells in psoriasis and atherosclerosis and possible links between the two.

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Osama Dandah

Project Title: Molecular DNA damage in human lymphocytes and sperm after exposure to various chemicals in vitro

Supervisors: Prof Diana Anderson and

Start date: January 2013

Funding: Government of Libya

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Azeza Guma

Project Title: The effect of chemicals in various disease states using genetic toxicology biomarkers

Supervisors: Prof Diana Anderson and

Start date: April 2014

Funding: Government of Libya

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Igor Malashchuk

Project Title: Epigenetic regulation of skin development and epidermal differentiation

Supervisors: Prof Vladimir Botchkarev and Our Staff

Start date: April 2013

Funding: NIH

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