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Medicine (antibiotic) PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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We have 13 Medicine (antibiotic) PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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Characterising antibiotic-induced collateral damage in the gut microbiome

Antibiotics help clear an ongoing infection, but they can also cause significant collateral damage. they select for drug-resistant strains and cause dysbiosis to the commensal gut microbiota. Read more

Antibiotic use and lower respiratory tract infections burden in children during Coronavirus (COVID-19)

The project will assess antibiotic use and lower respiratory tract infections in children before and during COVID-19 pandemic. Machine learning algorithms will be developed to predict infection disease patterns during the COVID-19 pandemic using a national database. Read more

PhD Studentship in Infection and Immunity - T cell immune modulation during severe bacterial infection

Project Title. T cell immune modulation during severe bacterial infection. Summary. There is no licensed vaccine against Staphylococcus aureus which produces life-threatening bloodstream infections ("bacteraemia") and has evolved antibiotic-resistant strains. Read more

Optimising phage cocktails for treatment of drug resistant pathogens associated with cystic fibrosis. MRC GW4 BioMed2 DTP PhD studentship 2023/24 Entry, PhD in Biosciences

Summary. Phage cocktails promise treatments for antibiotic-resistant infections but are arbitrarily composed. They do not account for phage cross-resistance (resistance to one phage confers resistance to others), especially alongside antibiotics or immune responses. Read more

MSc by Research: The role of Rothia mucilaginosa as an anti-inflammatory bacterium in the airway microbiota

It is well established that certain “good bacteria” in the gut maintain health and promote normal immune tone. Similar concepts likely apply to the airway but to date the normal beneficial commensal microbiota have not been well described. Read more
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