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We have 53 Bacteriology PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students

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Bacteriology PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students

We have 53 Bacteriology PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students

Linking metabolism and metal resistance in pathogenic bacteria (SULLIVANM_U24AMSSCI)

Primary supervisor - Dr Matthew Sullivan. Group B Streptococcus (GBS) is an effective pathogen of humans and animals and is well known as the leading cause of often-fatal infections in newborn infants. Read more
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Pulling the plug on antimicrobial resistance – novel antimicrobial compounds from The Roman Baths hot spring (Bath, UK)

Applications are invited for a three-year PhD studentship. The studentship will start on 1st October 2024. Project Description. Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in bacterial, fungal and protozoan pathogens is a globally recognised threat to the treatment of infectious diseases. Read more

Molecular dissection of horizontal gene transfer mechanisms in mycobacteria

A fully funded PhD position is available within the lab of Dr Abhinav KV at Leicester Institute of Structural and Chemical Biology (LISCB), University of Leicester, UK to carry out structural studies on large macromolecular machines that undertake horizontal gene transfer (HGT) in mycobacteria. Read more

Unravelling the role of genotoxic E. coli in colorectal cancer (SCHULLERS_U24BIGC)

Primary supervisor - Dr Stephanie Schüller. Secondary supervisor - Prof Nathalie Juge. Colorectal cancer (CRC) is the third most common and second most fatal cancer globally. Read more

SLS SF1: Investigating the basis of invasive multi-drug resistant Salmonella Dublin

Salmonella Dublin belongs to non-typhoidal Salmonella that primarily causes self-limiting gastrointestinal illness in humans; however, it has adapted to cause invasive disease and life-threatening infections, especially in elderly people, children, and immunocompromised individuals. Read more

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