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Understanding the Role of Extracellular Vesicle/Exosome Transport in the Visual System

For informal enquiries, please contact the supervisor. Dr Ben Mead (. MeadB@Cardiff.ac.uk. ). Cellular communication has typically been understood as cells secreting messenger proteins, known as cytokines and growth factors, which bind to receptors on recipient cells and elicit their desired effect. Read more

EPSRC DTP PhD project: Natural Language Processing to Improve Healthcare Guidelines and Reduce Medication Errors

The University of Bath is inviting applications for the following PhD project commencing in October 2023. Eligible applicants will be considered for a fully-funded studentship – for more information, see the Funding Notes section below. Read more

The utilisation of cell-membrane wrapped nanoparticles as a novel CNS drug delivery system

  Research Group: Biomedical Sciences
Cell membrane-wrapped nanoparticles (NP) are under investigation in multiple applications from vaccines to drug delivery systems due to their prolonged circulation time, reduced uptake by the mononuclear phago-cyte system, as well as tissue- and inflammation-targeting properties. Read more

Novel new drug delivery systems for ocular delivery

  Research Group: Biomedical Sciences
Intravitreal Injections (IVIs) are extremely effective for drug delivery, they can deliver large amounts of drug directly into the eye with minimal effect of the medications elsewhere in the body. Read more

Anticancer Activity of Rhamnolipids and Sophorolipids Biosurfactant Congeners

  Research Group: Biomedical Sciences
Rhamnolipids and sophorolipids are glycolipidic biosurfactants produced by bacterial and yeast cells, respectively and possess both hydrophobic and hydrophilic moieties. Read more

The development of bacteriophage as bionanoparticles for gene therapy

Gene therapy is at the forefront of innovations in healthcare. The key unmet need for transformative exploitation of gene therapy is to deliver genes to the correct tissue safely and with efficacy. Read more

Enhancing Protein Thermal Stability for Melt Processing

Protein therapeutics are an important class of medicines with renowned efficacy in the treatment of several relevant disorders. Despite significant advantages, protein delivery remains a significant challenge. Read more

Developing cost-effective and eco-friendly antiviral nano-agents

Humans have been fighting viruses throughout history, from smallpox, Ebola, HIV to SARS, MERS and Zika, which have costed billions of lives and made severe socio-economic impacts irreversibly. Read more

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