Regulation of cell death, cell survival and ubiquitination in normal physiology and disease [ 2016 - 2020 ]

Research Grant

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Researchers: Prof Sharad Kumar (Principal investigator)

Brief description The project will investigate the functions of specific genes and pathways to understand the molecular basis of various diseases. It is based on our data that indicate new roles for (i) cell death in genomic instability in cancer, and (ii) ubiquitination in hypertension, developmental defects, kidney disease, as well as iron homeostasis. The work will lead to new understanding of human disease and discovery of potential new drug targets. It will also provide training of junior scientists.

Funding Amount $AUD 880,941.89

Funding Scheme Research Fellowships

Notes Research Fellowship

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