Improving animal and human health and wellbeing across the lifecourse.
*CASE: These are CASE DTP studentships. As part of the programme, you will be required to undertake a placement with the CASE partner for a minimum of 3 months.
*AP: These are Standard DTP studentships with an associate partner where you will be required to spend approximately a total of 50% of your time with each of the partners. You will be registered at one of the partner universities of the lead supervisors.
|Project title||Main / Rothamsted supervisor||Host institution||Keywords|
|Aging before birth: identifying early-life influences on telomeres and the epigenetic clock||Prof Rosalind John||Cardiff University||Aging, Telomeres, Epigenetics, Maternal lifestyle, Fetal programming|
|Combatting brain and body ageing through exercise||Prof Hugh Piggins||University of Bristol||Exercise, aging, circadian, metabolism, cardiovascular|
|Developing better biopharmaceuticals using biomolecular simulation and design *CASE||Dr Marc van der Kamp||University of Bristol||T cell receptor, biomolecular simulation, biopharmaceuticals, protein-protein interaction, protein design|
|Divergent trajectories of cortical development regulated by differential NMDA receptor populations||Dr Michael Ashby||University of Bristol||Neuroscience, brain development, synapse, plasticity, neural circuit|
|Elucidating the role of mechano-sensitive miRNAs in cartilage homeostasis: a multi-organism study||Dr Emma Blain||Cardiff University||Mechanobiology, cartilage, zebrafish, microRNAs|
|Linking age-related joint degradation to diet by bone metabolism and SUMOylation *AP||Dr Chrissy Hammond / Dr Tim Craig||University of Bristol (apply here) / University of the West of England (UWE)||Bone health, Diabetes, SUMOylation, metabolism, ageing|
|Mixing it up: building the tools required for next-generation molecular microbiologists to study polymicrobial disease||Prof Eshwar Mahenthiralingam||Cardiff University||Antimicrobial resistance, polymicrobial disease, genomics, cystic fibrosis microbiology, proteomics|
|Modelling the effect of ageing on Drosophila and mouse clock neurons||Prof James Hodge||University of Bristol||Drosophila, electrophysiology, computational modelling, circadian rhythms, ageing|
|Tackling antibiotic resistance through blocking of signalling pathways||Dr Susanne Gebhard||University of Bath||Microbiology, antibiotic resistance, signal transduction, drug development, molecular biology|
|Ultra-high-throughput directed evolution of antimicrobials using droplet microfluidics||Dr Fabrice Gielen||University of Exeter (Streatham)||Antimicrobial, microfluidics, evolution, high-throughput screening, bacteriophage|
|Unravelling the cause of Parkinson’s Disease in molecular detail *CASE||Prof Matthew Crump||University of Bristol||NMR Spectroscopy, Protein Biochemistry, Chemical Biology|