Science for Health
16 September 2014
NIMR researchers have established a critical role for NF-kB1 proteolysis in B cell antibody responses. The work is published in Journal of Experimental Medicine.
15 September 2014
Research by scientists from NIMR has shown how neutrophil extracellular traps are deployed selectively to counter fungal infections. The work is published in Nature Immunology.
04 September 2014
NIMR researchers have identified the role of transcription factor Ascl1 in hippocampal neurogenesis. The research is published in Neuron.
01 September 2014
An opportunity is available for computational researchers to join a world-leading group of biomedical research universities and institutes.
29 August 2014
NIMR researchers have provided the first description of the function and connectivity of a specific cortical circuit. The research is published in Neuron.
27 August 2014
Researchers at NIMR and the MRC Centre for Regenerative Medicine, Edinburgh have collaborated to identify and grow cells that form the stepping stone between stem cells and those making up our spinal cord, skeleton and muscles. The research is published in PLOS Biology.
22 August 2014
The training of students, at all levels, is integral to NIMR. Through the programmes we offer we strive to train biomedical leaders of the future.
20 August 2014
Sandwich placements provide students with the opportunity to fully immerse themselves in a research lab for 12 months and to work on an independent research project.
18 August 2014
NIMR is committed to ensuring a high standard of training and education for Animal Technicians and support staff at all stages of their careers. Technicians spend time in NIMR research labs to gain experience of experimental procedures, and attend workshops and seminars on subjects related to laboratory animal science.
15 August 2014
Specialist support managers and research technicians are essential for the work at NIMR. The Institute also employs individuals in a range of non-scientific activities.
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