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  3-YEAR PhD Studentship on target-based antimalarial drug discovery
  Prof J Vakonakis
Application Deadline: 11 January 2019
Malaria is one of the most lethal infectious diseases, killing an estimated 450,000 people each year and infecting millions more in developing countries.
  DECONVOLUTION OF MALARIA BULK DUAL-RNA-SEQ WITH SINGLE CELL RNA-SEQ
  Dr T Otto, Dr M Gupta
Application Deadline: 11 January 2019
Malaria is responsible for over 400,000 deaths yearly. Through transcriptomics studies it is possible to study host-parasite interaction (dual RNA-Seq).
  Understanding signalling networks during malaria parasite infection and transmission
  Research Group: Institute of Immunology & Infection Research
  Dr N Philip
Application Deadline: 1 March 2019
Malaria threatens around 400 million people globally and results in over 0.5 million deaths annually, thereby continuing to be a major public health problem.
  Understanding the Calcium signalling network in the malaria parasite
  Research Group: Institute of Immunology & Infection Research
  Dr N Philip, Dr A Von Kreigsheim
Application Deadline: 13 December 2018
Calcium is a universal intracellular messenger and controls numerous cellular processes in all organisms. The versatility of calcium as a signalling molecule facilitates the control of diverse processes such as learning and memory, motility, secretion and fertilization.
  Gene editing and cell cycle studies of the malarial parasite’s only active calcium pump: PfATP6
  Prof S Krishna, Dr C van Ooij
Application Deadline: 13 January 2019
Despite impressive gains in the fight against malaria, this disease remains one of the most prevalent infectious diseases worldwide.
  How do malaria parasites sense and respond to DNA damage?
  Dr C Merrick
Application Deadline: 3 January 2019
The malaria parasite Plasmodium has a complex lifecycle involving several highly unusual cell cycles. Rather than conventional binary fission, it grows via syncytial modes of replication, producing multinucleate syncytia prior to budding and cytokinesis.
  Unravelling molecular mechanism of atypical cell division in malaria parasite towards identifying novel intervention strategies
  Dr R Tewari
Applications accepted all year round
Plasmodium, the causative agent of malaria, is the most fatal of vector borne protozoan parasites transmitted by infected female mosquitoes.
  Bug-beats: using wing beat patterns for automated detection of mosquitoes
  Prof J Logan, Prof R Bomphrey
Application Deadline: 11 January 2019
Mosquito-borne diseases are a major challenge for human health, affecting 700 million people every year and resulting in over one million deaths.
  MRC Precision Medicine DTP: Defining Plasmodium falciparum interactions in the bone marrow
  Research Group: Institute of Infection, Immunity & Inflammation
  Prof M Marti, Dr A Rowe
Application Deadline: 7 January 2019
Supervisors. Prof Matthias Marti. Dr Alex Rowe. Dr Thomas Otto. PhD project summary. Malaria remains a major global health threat, despite continuous elimination efforts.
  Using biochemical and evolutionary approaches to characterise novel enzymes as possible drug targets in apicomplexan parasites of economically important livestock
  Dr PW Denny
Application Deadline: 11 January 2019
Eukaryotic protozoan parasites cause a range of serious and wide-spread infectious diseases in both humans and domestic animals, which frequently serve as reservoirs for infection.
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