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(BBSRC DTP) The evolution of odorant receptors in the domestication of Aedes mosquitoes: the link to zoonotic disease emergence

Manmade environmental change has triggered adaptation to domestic habitats in several pest species, including mosquitoes. As well as being of fundamental biological interest, the evolutionary process of domestication also results in the transmission of formerly zoonotic diseases of wildlife to livestock and humans. Read more

Rice farming and rodent-borne zoonoses

This project is available through the MIBTP programme. The successful applicant will join the MIBTP cohort and will take part in all of the training offered by the programme. For further details. Read more

EASTBIO Predicting the next pandemic: drivers of the emergence of RNA viruses

  Research Group: Institute of Evolutionary Biology
Our groups have been at the forefront of the global effort to identify future pandemic threats for many years and we introduced the concept of ‘Disease X’ to focus that discussion. Read more

EASTBIO - Structural and biological characterisation of a novel virulence mechanism in Gram-negative pathogens

Gram-negative pathogens are responsible for major disease problems in humans and animals, and a better understanding of the mechanisms for how these bacteria cause infections is key to identify more effective ways to prevent and treat outbreaks. Read more

Identification of host factors underpinning resistance against swine influenza

IAV is a critically important pathogen in terms of human health, food security and animal welfare. Despite coordinated international surveillance and control strategies, IAV regularly causes globally significant outbreaks of disease2. Read more

Predicting the next pandemic: drivers of the emergence of RNA viruses

  Research Group: Institute of Evolutionary Biology
This project is about identifying candidates for Disease X, the next pandemic pathogen. The Woolhouse and Pedersen labs are taking an ecological and evolutionary approach to research on this hugely topical problem. Read more

EASTBIO: Defining how the PAF1 complex affects antiviral innate immunity

  Research Group: Infection Medicine
Deanery of Biomedical Sciences. Viral infection can be controlled by host intracellular antiviral factors that directly block virus infection or which initiate signalling events that induce expression of inhibitory factors. Read more
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