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We have 7 University of Liverpool Nanotechnology PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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The role of CaBP4 in human epilepsy

Calcium is the major signal used by our cells to send messages and communicate. Calcium signals are decoded by specialised sensor proteins, and these are of fundamental importance to how our cells operate. Read more

PhD in Healthcare Diagnostics: Novel Point-of-Care Immunoassay for Salivary Biomarkers

Applications are invited for a fully funded PhD Studentship. The award is funded by the University of Liverpool. The studentship will cover Home tuition fees and an annual stipend for a UK student of no less than £15,285. Read more

PhD in Instrumentation: Novel and Portable Ion Mobility Spectrometer

Applications are invited for a fully funded PhD Studentship. The award is funded by the University of Liverpool. The studentship will cover Home tuition fees and an annual stipend of no less than £15,285 for a UK student. Read more

Nanomaterial based antimicrobials to treat hospital acquired infections

Healthcare-acquired infections (HCAI) can develop as a result of healthcare interventions such as medical or surgical treatment, or from the interactions with healthcare staff and facilities. Read more

Metabolomics investigation of oral bacteria involved in chronic periodontitis to determine biomarkers indicative of systemic disease

Applications will be reviewed until a suitable candidate is appointed. Chronic Periodontitis (CP) is a chronic infection of the of the periodontium, which is mediated by a wide spectrum of oral microorganisms that predominant in the elderly. Read more
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