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SWBio DTP (BBSRC funded) Developing a novel approach to improve the welfare of dairy cows: inactivating mastitis-causing bacteria using non-invasive cold atmospheric plasma (CAP)


Post Graduate Research School

About the Project

We are pleased to announce the opportunity to apply for the above project as part of the South West Biosciences Doctoral Training Partnership (SWBio DTP) funded by the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC)

The SWBio DTP offers projects in world-class bioscience, the following studentship encompasses the area Bioscience for sustainable agriculture and food

Project details can be found: https://cpb-eu-w2.wpmucdn.com/blogs.bristol.ac.uk/dist/f/373/files/2020/10/swbio-21-projectap-4-1.pdf

This project is a Standard DTP studentship with an associate partner where you will be required to spend time with each of the partners (UWE and UoB).

Supervisory team:

Lead supervisors: Prof John Tarlton (University of Bristol), Dr Alexandros Stratakos (University of the West of England; UWE)
Dr Daniel Enriquez Hidalgo (University of Bristol), Dr Tim Craig (University of the West of England; UWE)

Collaborators: Dr Dimitrios Lamprou (Queen's University Belfast)
Host institutions: University of Bristol, University of the West of England (UWE)

How to apply

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Submit applications for this project to the University of Bristol : https://www.swbio.ac.uk/programme/how-to-apply/

Further information about the Southwest Biosciences Doctoral Training Partnership can be found https://www.swbio.ac.uk/programme/projects-available/


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