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  Targeting antiretroviral drugs to the gut-associated lymphoid tissues for improved treatment of HIV/AIDS
  Dr P Gershkovich
Applications accepted all year round

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"Gut-associated lymphoid tissue (GALT) is an anatomical reservoir of HIV, setting a barrier for strategies aimed at HIV eradication.
  (MRC DTP) Improving the lives of older adults with hearing loss: developing a self-report measure of effortful listening to guide clinical practice
  Dr R Millman, Dr A Heinrich, Dr H Chilton, Prof K Munro
Application Deadline: 15 November 2019

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Hearing loss increases with age and is the most prevalent sensory deficit. Hearing loss results in communication difficulties, which in turn can lead to social isolation, depression and reduced quality of life.
  Improving the lives of older adults with hearing loss: Developing a self-report measure of effortful listening to guide clinical practice
  Dr A Heinrich, Prof K Munro, Dr R Millman
Applications accepted all year round

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Hearing loss is the most prevalent sensory deficit. In the UK, more than 10 million adults have a hearing loss. Because it is often associated with old age and the size of the older population is growing, it is predicted that there will be more than 14 million people with a hearing loss by 2030.
  Improving quality of life through addressing communication needs for people in residential care living with dementia
  Dr P Dawes, Dr R Millman, Dr I Leroi
Applications accepted all year round

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The majority of the 420,000 UK care home residents are affected by both dementia and hearing impairment. Many cases of hearing impairment in care home settings are undiagnosed and/or unsupported.
  PhD in T-cell Immunology - Developing a vaccine against Mycobacterium tuberculosis by manipulating Killer T-cell activity.
  Prof A Sewell
Application Deadline: 31 October 2019

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Background and long-term aim. Our immune system protects us from infectious diseases as well as many forms of cancer. T cells orchestrate this system.
  Medicines as Emotional Objects: Multimorbidity and Polypharmacy in Socio-Historical Perspective
  Prof D Swinglehurst, Prof T Dixon
Application Deadline: 25 November 2019

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This 3-year PhD project is funded through the QMUL Life Sciences Initiative and is a collaboration between the Centre for Primary Care and Public Health and the Centre for the History of Emotions.
  Molecular mechanisms of herpesviral infection
  Dr A Golovanov
Applications accepted all year round

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Herpes viruses are known to cause a wide range of human diseases, ranging from simple cold sores to cancer, Kaposi Sarcoma. Kaposi Sarcoma, for example, is a type of cancer which affects immunocompromised patients and is endemic in Africa, where it is linked with the spread of HIV infection and AIDS.
  Improving language skills in children with hearing loss by developing a parent-delivered training programme based on Theory-of-Mind skills
  Dr A Heinrich, Dr H Chilton, Dr C Adams
Applications accepted all year round

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Hearing loss is the most prevalent sensory deficit experienced by children. In the UK alone, more than 45000 children have a hearing loss.
  Structure, Function and Biogenesis of the Mycobacterial Cell Wall
  Prof G Besra
Applications accepted all year round

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There has been no significant decrease in worldwide mortality due to tuberculosis (TB) since before the time of Koch; the advent of sanatoria and chemotherapy, which drastically reduced TB in the more developed countries, has had no profound effect on the global problem.
  The role of the Exocyst complex in trafficking ion channels in polarised epithelia
  Dr K Hamilton, Prof F McDonald
Applications accepted all year round

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Associate Professor Kirk L. Hamilton and Associate Professor Fiona J. McDonald. Proper trafficking of ion channels in epithelia is key to epithelial cell function.
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