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  Nucleic Acid Sensing: Investigating the molecular biology of activation and regulation of innate immune receptors that survey the cytosol, using a variety of virus infection models including influenza A virus, HIV and other retroviruses, flaviviruses such as Zika virus, and herpes viruses.
  Prof J Rehwinkel
Application Deadline: 11 January 2019
Investigating the molecular biology of activation and regulation of innate immune receptors that survey the cytosol, using a variety of virus infection models including influenza A virus, HIV and other retroviruses, flaviviruses such as Zika virus, and herpes viruses.
  Innate antiviral immunity of human embryonic stem cells
  Research Group: Institute of Immunology & Infection Research
  Dr S Macias, Dr P De Sousa
Application Deadline: 13 December 2018
Unlike differentiated or somatic cells, embryonic stem cells (ESCs) are unable to activate their complete innate immune response when confronted with pathogens such as viruses.
  Innate immune responses to influenza virus infection
  Prof E Fodor
Application Deadline: 11 January 2019
Influenza viruses are important human and animal pathogens; they cause widespread clinical and veterinary disease and have a considerable economic impact.
  Non-canonical signalling mechanisms in phagosome maturation
  Prof C E Eyers
Application Deadline: 11 January 2019
Phagosomes are intracellular vesicles that are formed by phagocytosing particles such as bacteria or apoptotic cells by specialised immune cells.
  Structure and Function of Innate Immune Signalling in Mosquito Vectors
  Research Group: Dr M Gangloff
  Dr M Gangloff
Applications accepted all year round
Over the course of a long evolutionary history vector-borne pathogens have developed mechanisms to successfully disrupt natural defences in both their mammalian hosts and insect vectors in order to survive and establish infection.
  4 Year Wellcome Trust PhD Programame: Interaction of fungal pathogens with the innate immune system
  Dr S Arthur
Application Deadline: 14 December 2018
Systemic fungal infections represent a significant clinical problem which remain hard to treat and are associated high mortality rates.
  Global analysis of evasive strategies developed by Staphylococcus aureus to circumvent complement and innate immunity
  Dr M Laabei
Application Deadline: 24 February 2019
Staphylococcus aureus is an important human pathogen responsible for a wide-spectrum of diseases that range from mild superficial skin diseases to life-threatening infections.
  Cryo electron microscopy to study innate immune complexes on the surface of cancer cells
  Dr J Emsley
Application Deadline: 31 May 2019
Blood vessels of tumors carry specific markers on the cell surface. The innate immune system consisting of complement proteins and white blood cells (macrophages) are involved in the recognition and destruction of cancer cells.
  MRC DiMeN Doctoral Training Partnership: How do superbugs hide from the host? Understanding the mechanisms of innate immune evasion in the opportunistic pathogen Enterococcus faecalis
  Dr S Mesnage, Dr P Elks
Application Deadline: 21 January 2019
All enterococci produce a surface polysaccharide called the enterococcal polysaccharide antigen (EPA) that plays a key role during pathogenesis (Mistou et al., 2016).
  MRC DiMeN Doctoral Training Partnership: How do superbugs hide from the host? Understanding the mechanisms of innate immune evasion in the opportunistic pathogen Enterococcus faecalis
  Dr S Mesnage, Dr P Elks
Application Deadline: 21 January 2019
All enterococci produce a surface polysaccharide called the enterococcal polysaccharide antigen (EPA) that plays a key role during pathogenesis (Mistou et al., 2016).
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