- Close date
- Friday, 3 April 2020
- Academic background
- Sciences, Health Sciences
- Host campus
- Pathology and Biomedical Science (Christchurch)
- Professor Margreet Vissers
Of particular interest is the capacity of vitamin C in preserving neutrophil immune cell function.
Preferred student experience
These projects are suitable for students with a background in cell biology, biochemistry, genetics or nutrition.
This topic is one of many research opportunities in the Department of Pathology and Biomedical Science.
- Centre for Free Radical Research
- Department of Pathology and Biomedical Science
- Professor Margreet Vissers' staff profile
ContactProfessor Margreet Visser
Tel +64 3 364 1524
Similar research opportunities
- Cell biology/biochemistry
- Immune system-derived oxidants in the treatment and diagnosis of respiratory diseases
- Postgraduate research opportunities Sample - Free Radical
- Understanding the role of vitamin C in cancer biology using cell culture models, animal models of breast cancer and glioma, and human clinical studies
- Understanding the role of vitamin C in the regulation of the 2-oxoglutarate-dependent dioxygenases that control the hypoxic response and many epigenetic processes