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Microbiology (infection model) PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

We have 46 Microbiology (infection model) PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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We have 46 Microbiology (infection model) PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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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

How does the lung protect itself against influenza?

Respiratory diseases, including influenza and COVID-19 coronavirus, kill large numbers of humans, and animal viruses that can jump to humans (zoonoses) are a serious threat to human health. Read more

EASTBIO: Investigating the bacterial response to antimicrobials in kidney organoids

  Research Group: Centre for Discovery Brain Sciences
Bacterial urinary tract infections (UTIs) are very common; 50% of catheterized patients develop UTIs, accounting for 40% of hospital-acquired infections, and 33% of otherwise-healthy women will suffer a UTI by 24. Read more

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