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microbiome PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students

We have 48 microbiome PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students

Doctoral Researcher (m/f/div) in Microbiome Systems Biology

The Leibniz Institute for Natural Product Research and Infection Biology (Leibniz-HKI) investigates the pathobiology of human-pathogenic fungi and identifies targets for the development of novel natural product-based antibiotics. Read more

Engineering plant microbiome PhD: Exploring and engineering the plant microbiome for increased resilience

Title. Exploring and engineering the plant microbiome for increased resilience. Project Description. Plants are impacted by numerous abiotic and biotic factors above and below ground, such as nutrient availability, local climatic conditions, and the surrounding fauna. Read more
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How do interactions in the microbiome shape the evolution of antibiotic resistance in bacterial pathogens?

Antibiotic resistance in pathogenic bacteria poses a fundamental threat to human health. It is estimated that antibiotic resistant infections are already directly responsible for at least one million deaths per annum and this number is predicted to rise dramatically by 2050. Read more

The Holistic Microbiome in Health and Disease: Linking the Oral, Gut and Respiratory Microbiomes

The human gut microbiome is recognised as a major determinant of health and disease. Studies to date, including those of the international Human Microbiome Project, have largely focused on individual body sites such as nose or mouth or faeces. Read more

Modelling the respiratory microbiome in chronic lung disease and healthy ageing

The Respiratory Microbiome Group seeks to understand the interactions between complex communities of bacteria, fungi and viruses with the human respiratory tract in both disease (acute infections and chronic lung disease) and in health or healthy ageing. Read more

The human microbiome: Interactions with diet, health, and performance

  Research Group: Institute of Life and Earth Sciences
We have previously shown that ingestion of green leafy and root vegetables such as beetroot can improve markers of cardiovascular health [1,2] and exercise performance [3,4]. Read more
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Understanding the soil microbiome under controlled light conditions

Our research group is working within a consortium that is testing semi-transparent solar installations on crop growth-houses, to enhance biological and financial resilience in protected farming. Read more

Modelling the ecology and evolution of microbial communities

From the human gut to deep-sea sediments, microbial communities – or microbiomes – colonize virtually every habitat on earth. These microbiomes are central to ecosystem functioning and to host health, and therefore it is essential that we understand how and why they change over time. Read more

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