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  Statistical methods for integrating multi-omics sequence data and unveiling molecular underpinnings of non-small cell lung cancer
  Prof Z Luo, Dr L Leach
Applications accepted all year round
The past decade has witnessed tremendous advancements in sequencing technologies, enabling collection of highly accurate and high resolution data on the structure and function of the genome.
  [EPSRC - iCASE] Microbe – radionuclide interactions in legacy nuclear waste systems
  Research Group: Molecular Environmental Sciences
  Prof J Lloyd, Prof K Morris, Prof S Shaw, Dr L Natrajan
Application Deadline: 29 April 2019
Recent work in the Geomicrobiology Group at the University of Manchester has shown that microorganisms can have a controlling impact on the speciation (and hence mobility) of key radionuclides in a broad range of natural and engineered systems.
  Metaproteomics Approaches to Uncover Ecosystem Function in Aquatic Environments
  Dr J Pandhal, Dr A Beckerman
Applications accepted all year round
Recently, it has become increasingly apparent that quantifying the molecular cellular components (e.g. DNA, mRNA, proteins and metabolites) in environmental samples can reveal significant information on ecosystem function.
  Understanding Gram-negative envelope biogenesis using genome-wide approaches.
  Dr M Banzhaf
Applications accepted all year round
Many Gram-negative bacteria are common foodborne pathogens. Most often strains belong to the genera of Escherichia, Salmonella and Campylobacter.
  Effect of environmental changes on the maintenance of biodiversity
  Prof D Delneri, Dr T Gilman
Applications accepted all year round
Yeast has become over the last decade an excellent model system for environmental genomics studies of the molecular mechanisms underpinning adaptation and speciation (Ref 1 & 2).
  Plant genetics and molecular biology - dissecting the role of receptor-like kinases
  Dr L Smith
Applications accepted all year round
My group is interested in understanding aspects of basic plant biology, primarily through the application of molecular biology and genetics.
  Examining the host-environmental interface of Histoplasma capsulatum to understand the implications of disease management within endemic populations.
  Dr C Scantlebury, Prof A J McCarthy, Dr T Helgason
Applications accepted all year round
Histoplasmosis is an endemic disease with serious consequences to equine and human health. This dimorphic fungus favours nitrogen rich environments, and generates highly resistant spores.
  Developing programmable DNA-guided endonucleases for genome engineering
  Prof M Mahfouz
Applications accepted all year round
Bacterial and archaeal species are rich with proteins used for DNA processing or host defense. We aim to engineer some of these proteins and test their ability to generate double strand breaks in a programmed and site-specific fashion.
  Taking the pulse of Mother Ganga – Identifying hotspots and hot moments of microplastic freshwater pollution at unprecedented scale
  Research Group: Water availability/cleanliness
  Dr I Lynch, Prof S Krause
Application Deadline: 31 March 2019
Besides the many technological benefits of living in the “plastic age”, the plethora of today’s plastic products, their unsustainable use and high durability cause severe pollution risks with major uncertainties regarding their environmental and human health risks which has understandably lead to considerable public health concerns.
  Taking the pulse of Mother Ganga – Identifying hotspots and hot moments of microplastic freshwater pollution at unprecedented scale
  Research Group: Water availability/cleanliness
  Dr I Lynch, Prof S Krause
Application Deadline: 31 March 2019
Besides the many technological benefits of living in the “plastic age”, the plethora of today’s plastic products, their unsustainable use and high durability cause severe pollution risks with major uncertainties regarding their environmental and human health risks which has understandably lead to considerable public health concerns.
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