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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

Precision Medicine DTP – 5α-Reductases: Mapping pathways of Metabolic Disease

  Research Group: Centre for Cardiovascular Science
Additional supervisors. Prof Li Wei [UCL] & Tom Michoel [University of Bergen]. Background. Glucocorticoid hormones regulate fuel homeostasis and are well recognised to induce cardio-vascular disease in excess1. Read more

Nanomaterial based antimicrobials to treat hospital acquired infections

Healthcare-acquired infections (HCAI) can develop as a result of healthcare interventions such as medical or surgical treatment, or from the interactions with healthcare staff and facilities. Read more

Chemical and biological exploration of natural product inspired 4-membered ring compounds

  Research Group: Chemistry and Biosciences
Natural products known as scopariusicides isolated from Isodon scoparius, a herb used in traditional Chinese medicine, have a number of interesting biological activities, including antibiotic activity against the antibiotic-resistant bacterium MRSA. Read more

Next generation mitochondrial inhibitors – a new approach to prevent fungal biofilm formation on medical implants

Background - Human fungal pathogens represent a current global threat to human health. Candida are yeasts that represent the most common human fungal pathogens and several species readily form biofilms on medical implant devices that promote infection in vulnerable patients. Read more

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