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gut microbiome PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 16 gut microbiome PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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Impact of respiratory infection antibiotics upon the gut microbiomes of children with cystic fibrosis (ref: RDFC24/HLS/APP/VDGASTCF)

People with CF (pwCF) suffer from persistent gastrointestinal (GI) abnormalities that impact quality of life. Also present is dysbiosis of the gut microbiome that are hypothesized to exacerbate GI abnormalities in CF. Read more

The Holistic Microbiome in Health and Disease: Linking the Oral, Gut and Respiratory Microbiomes

The human gut microbiome is recognised as a major determinant of health and disease. Studies to date, including those of the international Human Microbiome Project, have largely focused on individual body sites such as nose or mouth or faeces. Read more

Conversation between food nanoparticles and gastrointestinal cells: signalling, bioavailability, and healthy ageing

This fully funded PhD provides an exciting opportunity to pursue postgraduate research in a range of fields relating to Cell Biology, Nanotechnology, Food Science, Immunology, and Biophysics, with potential applications in healthy ageing and prevention of metabolic syndrome. Read more
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Midlands Integrative Biosciences Training Partnership (MIBTP) PhD CASE: Factors influencing the production of mycotoxins in grass silage and their effect on gut health and performance in dairy cows

Grass silage is the predominant forage fed to dairy cows in the UK. The aim when ensiling grass is to create an anaerobic environment to restrict proliferation of undesirable microbes, thereby maintaining the nutritive value over the winter-feeding period, and preventing spoilage. Read more

Modelling the ecology and evolution of microbial communities

From the human gut to deep-sea sediments, microbial communities – or microbiomes – colonize virtually every habitat on earth. These microbiomes are central to ecosystem functioning and to host health, and therefore it is essential that we understand how and why they change over time. Read more

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