Ph.D. - Faculty of Life Sciences

Ph.D. - Faculty of Life Sciences

THE FACULTY OF LIFE SCIENCES

 

The Faculty offers students the opportunity to pursue doctoral degrees in the following areas:

·          Algal Photobiology, Coral Ecophysiology

·          Biochemical and Physiological Role of Natural Antioxidants in Oxidative Stress

·          Biology Simulations

·          Biophysics and Structural Biology

·          Biophysics, Pharmacology and Structure of Ion Channels

·          Brain Physiology

·          Cancerous Processes, Mammalian Gametogenesis and Fertilization

·          Cellular Neurophysiology

·          Cellular Physiology

·          Cellular, Molecular and Clinical Immunology

·          Comparative Immunology and Genetics

·          Computational and Mathematical Immunology; Immuno-Informatics

·          Computational Biology and Bioinformatics

·          Coral Reef Biology in a Changing Environment

·          Coral Reef Biology, Photosynthesis, Circadian Clocks and Calcification

·          Development, Genetics, and Evolution

·          Ecology and Biological Oceanography

·          General and Marine Ecology, Energetics of Photosynthesis

·          Heart Research

·          Lectinology, Blood Cells and Microbiology

·          Magnetic Resonance

·          Marine Biology

·          Mathematical Biology

·          Mechanism of Mammalian Fertilization

·          Medical Microbiology

·          Microbiology – Biofilms and Microbial Interactions

·          Molecular Biology of Aging

·          Molecular Biology of Cancer and Inflammatory Diseases

·          Molecular Ecology

·          Molecular Embryology

·          Molecular Immunology

·          Molecular Neurobiology and Neuroimmunology

·          Neurobiology and Behavior

·          Neuropsychopharmacology of Reward and Depression

·          Oceanography

·          Phototherapy and Photodiagnosis of Cancer

·          Plant Molecular Biology

·          Plant Pathology and Plant Breeding

·          Post-Transcriptional Regulation of Gene Expression; Molecular Parasitology

·          Reactive Systems

·          Regulation of Proliferation and Apoptosis

·          Stem Cell Biology; Biotechnology

·          Structural and Functional Genomics

·          Structural Studies of Cell Signaling Assemblies

·          Systems Biology

·          Systems Biology; High Throughput; Cancer Research; Signaling Pathways

·          Terrestrial Ecology

·          Transcriptional Control of Gene Expression

·          Tumor Immunology and Immunotherapy

·          Virology

·          Visualization of the Gene Expression Pathway in Normal and Cancerous Cells.

 For more information about Ph.D. study tracks at the Faculty of Life Science, refer to the Faculty's website

Last modified: 18/12/2012