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University of Surrey Biochemistry PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

We have 18 University of Surrey Biochemistry PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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We have 18 University of Surrey Biochemistry PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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Development of therapeutic monoclonal antibodies for coronaviruses

Respiratory viruses are amongst the greatest threat to global health, with coronaviruses (CoVs) causing three major human epidemics since 2003, including the ongoing SARS-CoV-2 pandemic. Read more

Using Marek's disease virus to understand the RNA world of the alphaherpesviruses

Marek’s disease virus (MDV) is a major pathogen of poultry that results in a significant economic burden worldwide. Although vaccines exist, vaccinated birds can still spread MDV and virulence evolves accordingly. Read more

Defining the molecular drivers of cartilage regeneration

A fully funded PhD studentship is available in the laboratory of Dr Giovanna Nalesso at the University of Surrey. The aim of the project is the characterisation of the molecular mechanisms driving the regeneration of the articular cartilage. Read more

Insects as a dietary protein source in nutrition and health: Feasibility of a sustainable alternative to animal-based protein sources

Insects have been used as a source of dietary protein for many years in East-Asian and African populations and more recently the interest in this potential protein source has been growing in Western countries due to the issues outlined above and increased awareness of animal welfare issues in the food chain. Read more

Global Analysis of Protein-RNA Interactions during Vaccinia Virus Infection and their Impact on Virus Differentiation and Spread

Vaccination is one of the most effective strategies to prevent disease and stop transmission. Many successful vaccines were obtained by empiric attenuation by repeated passage in animals or cultured cells, becoming in many cases unable to propagate and transmit. Read more

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