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Embedded bacterial 3D printing for synthetic biomaterial screening and production

Synthetic biology and chemistry are new approaches to engineer new biomaterials with customizable functional properties. An area of active research using such approaches is to engineer bacterial cellulose, a class of biomaterial that has broad applications in food, paper production and biomedical industries. Read more

4-year PhD Studentship: Developing new synergistic therapies of bactericidal nanotopography and biophysical stimulation to combat AMR bacterial infections of implants

The recent WHO report (2019) on global antimicrobial resistance (AMR) highlights not only the growing issue of resistance, identifying it as one of the greatest threats we face as a global community, but also the lack of new effective options to tackle bacterial infections. Read more

Self-funded BMS project: Nutrient - Mediated Bacterial Delivery of "Dual Warhead" Antimicrobials

Microbial resistance to antibiotics has been a growing problem. Until recently, antibiotics of the fluoroquinolone-type provided some of the most active broad-spectrum antibacterial agents on the market. Read more

To feast among the starving: computational bioenergetic modelling of Mycobacterium avium

This project seeks to advance the frontiers of bioscience discovery by improving our understanding of how thermodynamic constraints can limit bacterial adaptation to challenging environments. Read more

Targeted delivery of antibiotics using proteins that bind to bacterial biofilms

  Research Group: School of Chemistry
Antibiotics are becoming less effective because of resistance developed by bacteria. We aim to combat antibiotic resistance by developing better ways to use existing antibiotics. Read more

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