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Dr Elisabeth Ehler

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  1. Juergen Scharner

    Randall Centre of Cell & Molecular Biophysics

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Investigating genotype-phenotype correlations and potential therapies in laminopathies

    1/12/20081/07/2012

  2. Joseph Dwyer First/primary/lead supervisor

    Muscle Biology

    Doctor of Philosophy

    'Characterisation of the formin FHOD1 in striated muscle'

    1/10/20091/06/2015

  3. Amy Pearce First/primary/lead supervisor

    Muscle Biology

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Exploring the heart of MyBP-C

    1/10/20171/12/2021

  4. Daniel Appelt

    Randall Centre of Cell & Molecular Biophysics

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Single-shot optical sectioning using polarised illumination coded structured illumination microscopy (picoSIM)

    5/10/20091/11/2013

  5. Thomas Iskratsch First/primary/lead supervisor

    Muscle Biology

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Characterisation of FHOD3 in Muscle

    1/06/20061/09/2009

  6. Mihai Pruna First/primary/lead supervisor

    Muscle Biology

    Doctor of Philosophy

    The Effect of β-adrenergic Signalling on Intercalated Disc Architecture

    6/09/2018 → …

  7. Alisa Degrave First/primary/lead supervisor

    Muscle Biology

    Master of Philosophy

    6/07/2020 → …

  8. Beth Ormrod First/primary/lead supervisor

    Muscle Biology

    Doctor of Philosophy

    CELLULAR PHENOTYPING OF INDUCED PLURIPOTENT STEM CELL-DERIVED CARDIOMYOCYTES

    1/10/20171/08/2021

  9. Cassy Le

    Cardiovascular Research

    Master of Philosophy

    1/10/2021 → …

  10. Luca Venditti

    Cardiovascular Sciences

    Master of Philosophy

    My PhD project aims to implement and perfectionate prime editing in cardiomyocytes in order to achieve a significant level of correction of pathogenic mutations commonly leading to cardiomyopathies.

    1/10/2021 → …

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