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We have a number of students completing their PhD within the Centre for Applied Biological and Exercise Sciences.
Our PhD students include;Maryam Aminu BabbaEliot BarsonClint BowersElizabeth BryantSamantha Cooper James DayusEmma EyreSamantha GillCharlotte GriersonKatherine HarveyArthur JonesMathew HillJawad KhanAaron NagraLidia PisulaClare Roscoe
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The goal of the project is to identify and subsequently characterise the dsRNA dimension of the animal gut microflora (both the differential presence of antisense bound to mRNA and phage dsRNAs containing novel genetic information in response to AB pressure). Identification of novel functional dsRNAs (asRNA bound to its target and phage dsRNAs involved in AR) will mark a paradigm shift in our understanding of the development of AR and future approaches to treating infections.
We've joined forces with twelve other University Alliance universities to launch a new kind of doctoral training programme that responds to industry needs and promotes the UK’s economic growth and productivity.
InoCardia: Novel human-cell based assay for assessment of cardiovascular liability.
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