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We have 35 infectious disease PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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Controlling airborne infectious disease transmission in indoor environment

Infectious disease pandemics are brutal killers in human history. The recent COVID-19 outbreak in China has killed over 2.4K people globally, and more than 78K people are infected across 28 countries (As of 22th Feb 2020). Read more

Exploring bacterial enzymes as new targets for treating infectious disease

The Ferrier Institute has established a world-class reputation in nature-inspired synthetic carbohydrate chemistry and analysis and has extended its expertise into the areas of synthetic and chemical biology, chemical immunology, and natural product isolation. Read more

Evolutionary ecology of host-parasite interactions

Proposed Start Date. September 2022. The body is home to trillions of microbes. There has been a surge of interest on the effects of these microbes on host health, often as agents of infectious disease. Read more

Helminth products as macrophage “trainers”: a novel therapeutic tool for the treatment of immune mediated diseases

The innate immune system can display characteristics of immunological memory. This phenomenon, termed “trained immunity”, refers to the long-term functional reprogramming of innate immune cells after the encounter with infectious or non-infectious agents that influences their capacity to respond to a secondary stimulus. Read more

Helminth products as macrophage “trainers”: a novel therapeutic tool for the treatment of immune mediated diseases

The innate immune system can display characteristics of immunological memory. This phenomenon, termed “trained immunity”, refers to the long-term functional reprogramming of innate immune cells after the encounter with infectious or non-infectious agents that influences their capacity to respond to a secondary stimulus. Read more

Institute of Infection, Immunity & Inflammation

 In the Institute of Infection, Immunity & Inflammation, scientists and clinicians work together to promote and develop research, drug discovery, and improvements in patient care. Read more

How does metabolic heterogeneity drive antibiotic tolerance/resistance in Mycobacterium tuberculosis

Tuberculosis, caused by Mycobacterium tuberculosis, remains a leading cause of infectious death globally. Alternative TB treatments are urgently required to counter the global spread of drug resistance that is thwarting the control of tuberculosis. Read more

Fake News and Misinformation during the COVID pandemic (HUNTERP_ U22NIHRFMH)

Background. Misinformation and fake news have had a substantial negative impact on the management and control of the current pandemic of COVID-19 and our own research has demonstrated how misinformation can a disease outbreak worse. 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

Change your world – choose Glasgow for PhD study

University of Glasgow. At the University of Glasgow, our aim is to offer the best environment for your talent to flourish. If you have an idea, if you have dedication and passion, you could have what it takes to become a UofG world changer. Read more

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