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genomic PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for UK Students

We have 56 genomic PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for UK Students

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From ward to genomic profiling and back: Investigating trends and biology of invasive Campylobacter infections (JANECKO_Q24MMB )

Campylobacter continues to be the main cause of bacterial foodborne illness in the UK with incidence increasing. This microbe not only causes gastroenteritis but can become invasive, resulting in bloodstream infections that lead to longer illnesses and antibiotic treatment. Read more
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From ward to genomic profiling and back: Investigating trends and biology of invasive Campylobacter infections (JANECKO_Q24MMB)

Primary supervisor - Dr Nicol Janecko. Secondary supervisor - Dr Matthew Gilmour. Campylobacter continues to be the main cause of bacterial foodborne illness in the UK with incidence increasing, yet many unknowns in mechanisms of survival and transmission remain. Read more

Genomic study of the inhabitants of the ancient city of Thessaloniki in Greece

We're seeking a PhD student to join our team at the iomE (https://iome.biology.uni-mainz.de/)  at the JGU University in Mainz, Germany, to work on the genomic investigation of inhabitants of the ancient city of Thessaloniki in Greece. Read more

Centre For Genomic Regulation (CRG) – Barcelona

The Centre for Genomic Regulation (CRG) is an international biomedical research institute in Barcelona, a leading interdisciplinary centre at the forefront of life sciences. Read more

Genomic actions of RAR and VDR ligands

The Doctoral Candidate (DC) will determine whether the combination of RARγ antagonist and VDR agonist is suitable as a differentiation therapy against acute myeloid leukaemia (AML). Read more

NIHR Leeds BRC: Utilising genetic and genomic predictors of vasculitis and disease/treatment complications for application in routine clinical practice

There is substantial interest in using genetic biomarkers to predict those most at risk of disease and treatment complications; this is one of the focuses of Our Future Health, a national study aiming to recruit 5M participants ( https://ourfuturehealth.org.uk/ ). Read more
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Characterising coronavirus replication organelle dynamics and maturation

This studentship is open to science graduates with, or who anticipate obtaining, at least a 2:1 or equivalent in a relevant biological subject in an undergraduate degree, or a 2:2 or equivalent in a relevant biological subject in an undergraduate degree and a Masters with Merit - subject to university regulations. Read more
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Antimicrobial resistance in a global One Health context: understanding links between animals and humans (MATHER_Q24MMB)

Primary supervisor - Prof Alison Mather. Secondary supervisor - Prof Chris Quince. Bacterial pathogens and antimicrobial resistance (AMR) present a grave threat to human health and wealth, as well as the health of animals. Read more

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