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  PhD Studentship in MosMed CDT: Development of MRI scan methods to image inhaled fluorocarbon gases as biomarkers of lung structure and function
  Dr P Thelwall
Application Deadline: 12 April 2019
Number of awards. 1. Start date and duration. September 2019 for 4 years. Overview. Lung diseases are a leading cause of death, and new treatments are emerging.
  PhD Studentship in School of Computing - Machine Learning for Synthetic Biology (EPSRC Portabolomics)
  Dr J Bacardit
Application Deadline: 12 April 2019
Number of awards. 1. Start date and duration. January 2019 for 3 years. Overview. A unique studentship opportunity to join an interdisciplinary team with world class reputation is offered by Newcastle University.
  The effects of soil management practices on CAZyme expression by soil microbial communities and their influence on soil structure and crop production
  Mr S Hall
Application Deadline: 7 April 2019
Understanding links between CAZyme expression by soil microbial communities and crop management and production. The project will use metagenomics to identify microbial communities in soil and their role in carbohydrate cycling that contribute to crop nutrition and resilience of soil structure.
  PhD studentship in computational synthetic biology – fostering bio-design automation through standards
  Dr A Goni-Moreno, Prof A Wipat
Application Deadline: 29 March 2019
Number of awards. 1. Start date and duration. October 2019 for 4 years. Overview. Synthetic biology aims at engineering bio-computing devices in living organisms.
  Characterising the faecal virome in Crohn’s disease patients with known NOD2 variants compared to matched controls without gastrointestinal disease (ref: SF18/APP/Bridge)
  Dr SH Bridge
Applications accepted all year round
The human virome includes viruses that infect host cells and viruses that infect bacteria, and impacts on health and disease independently of classical viral disease.
  Characterising temperate bacteriophages in complex microbial communities and their role in antimicrobial resistance (Ref:SF18/APP/Smith)
  Dr D Smith
Applications accepted all year round
Temperate bacteriophages have the ability to integrate into the chromosome of their target bacterium that leads to a change in the physiology of their bacterial host.
  Molecular characterisation of novel pathways for cell envelope protein localisation in mycolic acid-producing actinomycetes (ref: SF18/APP/Sutcliffe)
  Prof I Sutcliffe
Applications accepted all year round
Mycolic acid-producing actinomycetes are of vital economic and medical importance. They include pathogenic species including Corynebacterium diphtheriae, Mycobacterium tuberculosis and Rhodococcus equi as well as industrially important organisms.
  Microbial community composition and biosynthetic potential of actinomycetes in the soil samples from extreme environments (ref: SF18/APP/SANGAL)
  Dr V Sangal
Applications accepted all year round
A number of bacterial species are able to survive in the extreme environmental conditions, e.g., hyper-arid soil of the Atacama desert (Busarakam et al., 2016; Castro et al., 2018).
  Planetary protection and the search for life in the outer solar system (ref: SF18/APP/Pearce)
  Prof D Pearce
Applications accepted all year round
The search for life in the outer solar system is centred on the search for water and the conditions which are known to support the ‘envelope of life’ on Earth.
  A genetic investigation of human and non-human remains from Hadrian’s Wall and the northern frontier of the Roman empire (ref: SF18/APP/GRAHAM)
  Dr E Graham
Applications accepted all year round
Over the past decade, advances in genetic technologies have made it possible to determine much more information from a sample of DNA.
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