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PhD Studentship Opportunity: Exploring the role of the human gut microbiome in diabetic kidney disease

This is an exciting opportunity to undertake a funded PhD in a novel area of kidney research, investigating the causal role played by the gut microbiome in diabetic kidney disease. Read more

Project at University of Surrey: Dietary protein, the microbiota and gut barrier function: a gatekeeper of metabolic & immune health

The gut barrier functions to prevent the passage of bacteria and bacterial products into the systemic blood circulation. If the gut barrier fails, bacterial products can infiltrate bodily tissues, causing metabolic and immune dysfunction. Read more

Glycobiology of human gut microbes

Research interests/description of main research theme. The Crouch Lab is looking for enthusiastic PhD students interested in the glycobiology of human gut microbes, including pathogens. Read more

4-year PhD Studentship: The impact of early life programming on resistance to helminths in ruminant livestock

The gut microbiome is integral to the development of a normal immune system (Gensollen et al 2016). Disruption to the microbiome during early life – e.g, via antimicrobials, milk replacer, different diets - has long-lasting impacts on immune function in animals. Read more

Defining the biological importance of micro- and nano-plastics on liver and gastrointestinal health

Plastic pollution is ubiquitous and will inevitably lead to human exposure. Plastic litter comes in a variety of sizes, but microplastics (MPs; <5mm) and nanoplastics (NPs; <1000nm) are of particular concern because of their small size and ability to enter organisms and food chains. Read more

Machine learning methods for the human microbiome (QUINCE_E21EPSRC)

This project based in Dr Quince’s group at the Earlham Institute (. https://www.earlham.ac.uk/quince-group). will use machine learning to develop new computational methods for the integrated analysis of metagenomics and metabolomics data from the human microbiome. Read more

Project at Queen's University Belfast - Nutritional programming in replacement dairy heifers: Future-proofing herd performance, health and behaviour

Project background. The lifetime performance of a dairy calf is impacted by its health, nutrition and environment, with a sub optimal position in any of these factors affecting the animal’s ability to achieve its genetic potential. Read more

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