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Microbiology PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Edinburgh

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  Simons Initiative for the Developing Brain (SIDB) PhD Studentship 2020: Imaging cortical codes for learning and memory in models of Autism spectrum disorders
  Dr G Surmeli
Application Deadline: 19 June 2020

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Project title. “Imaging cortical codes for learning and memory in models of Autism spectrum disorders” (project code. SIDB-Surmeli-2020).
  Recover, Recycle, Reengineer: A microbial and biotechnological solution to tackle the waste tyre problem
  Research Group: Institute of Life and Earth Sciences
  Dr J Pratscher
Application Deadline: 31 July 2020

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We are seeking applicants for a 4-year funded BBSRC IBioIC CTP industrial PhD studentship, starting 14 September 2020. Used rubber tyres, particularly when disposed to landfill, have been recognised to fast becoming one of the foremost environmental waste problems in the world.
  Targeted Anti-Microbial Photodynamic Therapy: infection model development and evaluation
  Research Group: Centre for Inflammation Research
  Dr KD Dhaliwal, Dr B Mills
Application Deadline: 14 June 2020

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As part of a recently awarded EPSRC grant, we are seeking a microbiology student with excellent practical laboratory skills to develop a range of infection models; including skin, wound and cornea, and evaluate these with photodynamic therapy (PDT), imaging and sensing techniques utilising low-cost devices built within the broader project.
  Precision Medicine DTP: Inhibition of Zika Virus by Interferon A14 and derivatives
  Dr R Sloan, Prof K Ball
Application Deadline: 1 June 2020

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Type I interferons can be produced by most cells in the body upon virus infection and are central to innate immune control and subsequent elimination of virus infection.
  Biomaterials for design - utilising fungi to develop a thick mat-like mycelium for use as an alternative textile - SACI0008
  Dr S Vettese, Prof I Singleton
Applications accepted all year round

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PROJECT DESCRIPTION. The textile industry is based largely on the use of cotton, leather and oil derived polymers and these industries are resource intensive and unsustainable.
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