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Category = Biology // Subcategory = Research_Universities

6 results.
1. Ibis Bioinformatics
Ibis associates researchers from INRIA Grenoble-Rhone-Alpes and the LAPM laboratory of the Universite Joseph Fourier in Grenoble (CNRS UMR 5163)

2. PhD at Leiden University
Why take your PhD at Leiden University?
Reasons to take your PhD at Leiden University.

3. The University of York- Research - Department of Biology
     York is one of the UK's leading university biological sciences departments for research. With over 60 academic staff, we cover the spectrum of contemporary biological sciences from molecular aspects of cancer to field ecology. York placed equal first among broad spectrum bioscience departments in the UK for quality that was judged to be world-leading in terms of originality, significance and rigour in the 2008 Research Assessment Exercise.

4. UCL - Faculty of Brain Sciences
The Faculty of Brain Sciences brings together expertise at the forefront of neurology, ophthalmology, audiology, cognitive neuroscience and mental health sciences. It is one of four faculties within UCL's School of Life and Medical Sciences
Prospective students
- Undergraduate
- Postgraduate taught
- Postgraduate research
- UCL Medical School

5. University of Maryland - Division of Research - Bioscience
Bioscience and Public Health Steven M. Roth and colleagues are studying the role genetics plays in how different individuals respond to various exercise programs. Much of his research is targeted at identifying factors that influence sarcopenia-the loss of skeletal muscle strength and mass with age-and the response of muscle to strength training. Link: Functional Genomics Laboratory

6. University of Southern California - Biokinesiology
The Division of Biokinesiology and Physical Therapy at USC has a highly productive research program that is focused on biokinesiology, the integrative study of biological bases of human movement, both normal and disordered. The focus of biokinesiology is on understanding how the human body adapts to growth and experience as well as to injury, disease, and aging.

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