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  Airway, Liver and Muscle Gene Transfer to Create Therapeutic Protein Factories: utilising experience of in vivo gene transfer and/or in vivo gene editing to understand and manipulate the factors required for effective expression and secretion of therapeutic proteins
  Dr S Hyde, Dr D Gill
Application Deadline: 26 July 2019
We are focusing on strategies to deliver therapeutics via in vivo delivery of gene transfer vectors to generate ectopic “protein factories” capable of secreting therapeutic proteins into both the lung lumen and the systemic circulation.
  Towards multiplexed in vivo phenotypic screening to improve antimicrobial drug discovery
  Dr M Child
Application Deadline: 31 March 2019
Antimicrobial-resistant infections are prevalent worldwide, with drug-resistant strains emerging for all currently available antimicrobial drugs and the burden of disease estimated to be ~50,000 deaths/year in Europe and North America.
  Functional coronary artery disease genetics: investigating the role of the candidate gene in models of In vivo cardiovascular disease
  Dr G Douglas, Prof K Channon
Application Deadline: 26 July 2019
Despite significant advancements in its treatment coronary artery disease is the leading cause of death in both the UK and world wide, accounting for over 66,000 deaths in the UK each year.
  In vitro, in vivo and ex vivo investigations of the anti-inflammatory properties of culinary herbs when combined with non-herb foods
  Dr E Opara, Dr M Stolinski, Dr A Chioni
Applications accepted all year round
Culinary herbs are foods rich in polyphenols and a significant body of work has reported on their (the foods) many properties as a consequence of these compounds.
  Cardiovascular Elastography: to develop computational and experimental methodologies to characterise cardiovascular tissue, implants and biocompatible materials in-vivo and ex-vivo
  Dr L Thomas-Seale
Applications accepted all year round
The biomedical engineering research group in the School of Engineering, University of Birmingham develop computational and experimental methodologies to characterise cardiovascular tissue, implants and biocompatible materials in-vivo and ex-vivo.
  Multiscale Determinants of Myocardial Mechanics
  Dr D Nordsletten
Applications accepted all year round
First Supervisor. Dr David Nordsletten. Second Supervisor. Professor Reza Razavi. Understanding the health and function of heart muscle is critical to the assessment of a range of cardiac pathologies.
  An in vivo genetic screen of lung function candidate genes using tissue specific RNAi in Drosophila melanogaster
  Dr M Georgiou, Dr I Sayers
Application Deadline: 28 February 2019
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) is a major cause of worldwide mortality and morbidity. Current strategies in management depend on accurate diagnosis, followed by appropriate treatment.
  NIR Light-triggered delivery of viral vectors for gene therapies
  Dr S Jones
Applications accepted all year round
This project looks to develop a platform technology that utilises external stimuli, such as light for the triggered polymer un-coating of viral vectors for in-vivo targeted delivery.
  Towards in vivo scoring tissue integrity in health and disease.
  Dr G Pavlovskaya, Assoc Prof I Scott, Dr R Graham
Application Deadline: 25 February 2019
Tissue integrity in a body is indicative of health and disease status and is associated with mechanical properties of tissues.
  MRC DiMeN Doctoral Training Partnership: Optogenetic programming of inflammation - in vivo Opto-GPCR approaches in neutrophils
  Prof S Renshaw, Prof A Condliffe
Application Deadline: 21 January 2019
Diseases of inflammation contribute to the biggest health problems of the 21st century. Mutli-morbidity, the coincidence of multiple pathologies, is driven by processes such as inflammation and by inflammatory cells like neutrophils.
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