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(BBSRC DTP) A synthetic vaccine against the parasitic worm Schistosoma mansoni

Schistosomiasis is an infection caused by a parasitic blood flook, Schistosoma. Approximately 260 million people are estimated to carry the infection, mainly concentrated in low income countries, causing high levels of morbidity and mortality. Read more

Investigating C. difficile-commensal interactions in the gut

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

NERC GW4+ DTP studentship - Bacterial fish pathogens: threats for fisheries and the environment

Freshwater fish are amongst the most highly threatened animals with fish stocks in global decline. Around 95% of the rivers in Wales are now categorised at risk for salmonids, with most salmon stocks in England and Wales in a highly depleted state. Read more

Innate immune responses to HSV1 in human skin

The aim of this project is to generate new understanding of the ongoing battle between an important human pathogen, herpes simplex virus (HSV), and its physiologically relevant host tissue, the human epidermis. 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

How does ISG15 regulate our innate immune response to viral infection?

  Research Group: Biomedical Sciences Research Centre
Research in the Hughes lab at the University of St Andrews focuses on antiviral responses and the regulation of innate immunity. As part of our first-line defence against viral infection, our cells produce cytokines, such as interferons (IFN). Read more

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