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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
"Gut-associated lymphoid tissue (GALT) is an anatomical reservoir of HIV, setting a barrier for strategies aimed at HIV eradication.
  Screen Narrative Representations of Serious Illness
  Dr H Bassil-Morozow, Prof J Cook
Application Deadline: 13 May 2019
Project reference number - GSBS-2019-107. This PhD project arises out of discussions concerning the limited range of representations of serious illness in film and TV narratives.
  Novel drug target validation for treating Diabetes Mellitus (ref: SF18/APP/Soundararajan)
  Dr M Soundararajan
Applications accepted all year round
The important cellular entities responsible for fighting against infections in our body are the T cells. T cells are however also shown to play a central role in the development of autoimmune diseases (AIDs) as “T cell activation hijacking” is the major autoimmune reaction causing mechanism observed in several AIDs.
  Interleukin-27 as a new therapy for acute severe inflammatory bowel disease
  Dr M McLean, Dr H M Wilson
Application Deadline: 6 May 2019
Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) is a debilitating, lifelong condition characterised by inflammation of the lining of the gut. The number of individuals with IBD in the UK and worldwide is increasing.
  Structure, Function and Biogenesis of the Mycobacterial Cell Wall
  Prof G Besra
Applications accepted all year round
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.
  Are golf lessons meeting the needs of the learner?
  Dr M W Bridge
Applications accepted all year round
The traditional golf lesson which many golfers have experience usually involves the delivery of an amount of technical knowledge by the golf coach.
  Spanning the cognitive gulf between the microscopic and symbolic representation of chemistry through immersive virtual reality (LANCASTERSU19SF)
  Prof S J Lancaster, Dr S Ashworth
Application Deadline: 31 May 2019
The visualisation of three dimensional structures of molecules and the fluent translation between two dimensional representations and reality have long been recognised as challenges for the chemistry student.
  Helping hand: A soft assistive device for upper-limb rehabilitation and assisted living
  Dr P Paoletti, Dr J Gardiner, Dr S Fichera
Application Deadline: 20 May 2019
Research project. Ageing is often associated with losses in muscle mass and function, leading to decreased independence and increased risk of injury.
  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
Hearing loss is the most prevalent sensory deficit experienced by children. In the UK alone, more than 45000 children have a hearing loss.
  Molecular mechanisms of herpesviral infection
  Dr A Golovanov
Applications accepted all year round
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.
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