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Pinniped Sensing Strategies in Water Movements

Seals and sea lions like many mammals, possess whiskers on the sides of their face that are crucial for survival behaviours including navigation, hunting and food capture. Read more

Insects: A Sustainable Novel Antimicrobial and Protein Source for Livestock

Food security is a global challenge and there is an urgent need to increase the protein supply from sustainable sources. Currently more than 80% of the protein requirements for livestock rearing in the EU is imported from non-EU countries. Read more

Phytochemicals as safe and sustainable antibiotic alternative for effective control of pathogenic organisms in humans and animals

The use of antibiotics in livestock has significantly contributed to animal health and welfare as well as high quality of food production in modern farming but has also been linked to the rapid development and global spread of antimicrobial resistance (AMR). Read more

Functional exploration of a parasitic nematode non-coding RNA secretome

This fully-funded three-year PhD project will provide training in state-of-the-art molecular and bioinformatics methods, and aims to yield fundamental insights into the dynamics of molecular interactions between nematode parasites and their mammalian hosts during infection. Read more

Coronavirus regulation of cellular antiviral responses and cross species transmission

Coronaviruses (CoV) can cross the species barrier to generate highly pathogenic viruses. Recently, SARS-CoV, MERS-CoV and SARS-CoV-2 emerged following jumps from bats, via an intermediate host into humans, while SADS-CoV jumped from bats into pigs. Read more

Coronavirus regulation of cellular antiviral responses and cross species transmission

Coronaviruses (CoV) can cross the species barrier to generate highly pathogenic viruses. Recently, SARS-CoV, MERS-CoV and SARS-CoV-2 emerged following jumps from bats, via an intermediate host into humans, while SADS-CoV jumped from bats into pigs. Read more

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