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  How do disease vector populations respond to climate change? NERC GW4+ DTP
  Dr S English, Dr J Bridle
Application Deadline: 7 January 2019
One of the major concerns about climate change is how it will influence future distribution of important disease vectors. Such effects are likely to be significant – insects are highly sensitive to temperature for vital rates – yet difficult to predict or to generalise across species.
  4 Year Wellcome Trust PhD Programme: Decoding virulence mechanisms in trypanosomes
  Prof D Horn
Application Deadline: 14 December 2018
The African trypanosome, Trypanosoma brucei, is transmitted among mammalian hosts by tsetse flies. These unicellular parasites cause sleeping sickness or Human African Trypanosomiasis, typically fatal if left untreated, and the livestock disease known as nagana.
  China Scholarship Council PhD Programme: Decoding virulence mechanisms in trypanosomes
  Prof D Horn
Application Deadline: 14 January 2019
The African trypanosome, Trypanosoma brucei, is transmitted among mammalian hosts by tsetse flies. These unicellular parasites cause sleeping sickness, also known as Human African Trypanosomiasis, which is typically fatal if left untreated, and the livestock disease known as nagana.
  An ‘Evolve and Resequencing’ based dissection of developmental competence in African trypanosomes
  Research Group: Institute of Immunology & Infection Research
  Prof K Matthews
Application Deadline: 13 December 2018
African trypanosomes are parasites that cause human sleeping sickness and the livestock disease, ‘nagana’ in sub Saharan Africa. These protozoan parasites use ‘quorum sensing’ in their host bloodstream to control the production of an arrested developmental form needed for transmission to their vector, the tsetse fly.
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