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Dissecting the role of bacteriophages on bacterial community design and function in the human preterm infant gut. (ref: RDFC22/HLS/APP/DSMITH1)

Survival of very preterm infants has significantly increased over the last 20 years, but late onset sepsis (LOS) and serious bowel disease including necrotising enterocolitis (NEC) remain major causes of death and disability in those born < 32 weeks of gestation). Read more

Self funded BMS Project : A nuclear enterprise: characterisation of an antigen expression factory for immune evasion in African trypanosomes

Applications accepted for PhD Only. Antigenic variation is a highly sophisticated virulence mechanism. Several pathogens, such as African trypanosomes and malaria parasites, are able to systematically alter the identity of proteins displayed to the host immune system. Read more

Functions of the cytoskeleton in mammalian oocyte meiosis

The Max Planck Institute for Multidisciplinary Sciences is a leading international research institute of exceptional scientific breadth. Read more

The role of the atmosphere in shaping and sustaining microbial communities on glaciers

  Research Group: Earth Surface Science
Supervisors. James Bradley, Queen Mary University of London, UK. Anne Jungblut, Natural History Museum, UK. Co-supervisors. Chris Greening, Monash University, Australia. Read more

Mechanistic insights into VapA and the treatment of Rhodococcus equi.

Rhodococcus equi (R. equi) infects a range of grazing animals and poses a threat to animal health especially that of horses. It represents a significant economic burden to the horse-breeding industry (losses are valued at $2-4M annually in Australia alone) and antibiotic resistance is becoming more prevalent. Read more
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Re-purposing Cefepime / Sulbactam as a Precision Treatment for Gram-negative Infections

Applications are invited from graduates in Microbiology or other relevant biomedical sciences (First or Upper Second) to work with Antimicrobial Research UK (ANTRUK) on Re-purposing β-lactam Combination Therapies as a Precision Treatment for Gram-negative Infections. Read more
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Identifying tau protein regions involved in mediating neuronal vulnerability in Alzheimer’s Disease

Identifying tau protein regions involved in mediating neuronal vulnerability in Alzheimer’s Disease. Supervisor Dr Lovesha Sivanantharajah (l.sivanantharajah@bangor.ac.uk). Read more

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