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  Road Impacts for the West European Hedgehog; Understanding Mechanisms and Testing Solutions
  Dr R Yarnell
Application Deadline: 21 June 2019

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Every year an estimated 250,000 hedgehogs are killed on the UK’s roads and road mortality has been raised as an important factor in their decline.
  Towards a general mechanism for quantification and classification of equine lameness
  Dr T Pfau, Dr J Usherwood, Dr E Hernlund, Assoc Prof M Rhodin
Application Deadline: 30 June 2019

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Quantification of equine lameness has progressed rapidly into the clinical lameness examination. However, a general mechanism for the underlying locomotor principles allowing a unified approach to the different exercises typically performed in a lameness examination is missing.
  A smart agri-systems approach to understanding the risk of antimicrobial resistance transmission in the agri-environment linked to livestock production.
  Research Group: School of Biology
  Prof L Collins, Dr A O'Neill, Dr Laura Carter
Application Deadline: 31 May 2019

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Globally, antimicrobial resistance presents a significant and diverse set of challenges for public, animal and environmental health.
  Epigenetic mechanisms of phenotypic plasticity and the evolution of adaptive responses
  Dr R Hager, Prof J McInerney
Applications accepted all year round

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We now live in a world of rapidly changing environmental conditions where species will need to adapt or perish. While populations may evolve in response to environmental change, more rapid responses may happen through processes like phenotypic plasticity.
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