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University of East Anglia PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 39 University of East Anglia PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

The role of the extracellular matrix in cardiomyocyte developmental (SMITH_U24DTP1)

Primary Supervisor: Dr James Smith . Secondary Supervisor: Dr Iain Macaulay (EI) . Cardiomyocytes are the muscle cells of the heart, responsible for the production of contraction forces. Read more

Membrane protein-metabolite interactions important in mitochondrial energy metabolism for burning fat as heat (CRICHTON_U24DTP)

Primary supervisor - Dr Paul Crichton . Secondary supervisor - Prof. Tom Clarke (UEA) . Mitochondria in our cells harness energy through the breakdown of nutrients to produce ATP through oxidative phosphorylation. Read more

Developing improved diagnostic tests for vitamin B12 (WARREN_Q24CASE)

Primary supervisor - Professor Martin Warren . Secondary supervisor - Dr Paul Kroon (QIB) . This PhD opportunity is ideal for graduates in biochemistry or biomedical science with a keen interest in protein science and its application in developing new diagnostic tests and assays. Read more

‘Disability’ and Stuart Seafarers, 1600-1750 (JOWITT_24HISAHRC)

The National Maritime Museum (NMM), part of Royal Museums Greenwich, and the University of East Anglia (UEA) are pleased to announce the availability of a fully funded Collaborative doctoral studentship from October 2024. Read more
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Detecting and tracking low abundant pathogens using 3rd gen sequencing (HILDEBRAND_Q24MMB)

Primary supervisor - Dr Falk Hildebrand. Secondary supervisor - Dr Matthew Gilmour. Microbial communities consist of thousands of species, some abundant but most actually very rare. 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
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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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The oesophageal microbiome in health and disease (PALLEN_Q24MMB)

Primary supervisor - Prof Mark Pallen. Secondary supervisor - Prof Mark Webber. The human oesophagus is home to a complex but poorly understood resident microbial community, the oesophageal microbiome. Read more
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Aggressive prostate cancer in African men: are microbes involved? Investigating decontamination, microbiomes and human genomics (BREWER_U24MMB)

Project description. Primary supervisor - Prof Daniel Brewer. Secondary supervisor - Dr Abraham Gihawi. Background. With an incidence of >1.4 million cases worldwide, prostate cancer is the most common non-skin cancer in men. Read more
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Knot so simple: untangling bacterial chromosome structure, conformation and gene expression (EVANS_U24MMB)

Primary supervisor - Dr Ben Evans. Secondary supervisor - Dr Emma Waters. Understanding the mechanisms used by bacterial pathogens to adapt to drug exposure is key to developing new approaches to combat them. Read more
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Gut microbiome in ageing – is it the answer to leukaemia progression (RUSHWORTH_U24MMB)

Primary supervisor - Dr Stuart Rushworth. Secondary supervisor - Dr Daniel Brewer. Acute myeloid Leukaemia (AML) accounts for 85,000 deaths and it is estimated this will double by 2040. Read more

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