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Centre for Biological Sciences achieves £2.4 Million worth of grant awards

Published: 28 October 2013

The Centre for Biological Sciences has been successful in five grant award applications to the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC), totalling £2.4 Million.

The five successful applications are as follows:

  • Joern Werner and Tim Elliott: ‘Structural Plasticity in Antigen Processing.' (£627,686)
  • Keith Jones: ‘Mechanisms of DNA damage and repair in mature oocytes.' (£527,563)
  • Katrin Deinhardt: ‘Mechanisms of long-range retrograde signal propagation and morphological plasticity in hippocampal neurones.' (£444,772)
  • Lorraine Williams, Matthew Terry, Lindy Holden-Dye, and Ita O'Kelly: ‘Are GTG´s a new class of plant anion channels regulating pH in the endomembrane system?' (£420,122)
  • Mark Coldwell: ‘The role of non-AUG codons in translation initiation and localisation of mitochondrial proteins.' (£349,749)


Further information about the awards and research will be available on the CfBS news pages soon.

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