The below positions are funded studentships:
Prof Colin McCoy and Dr Nicola Irwin - Light-activated anti-infective biomaterials for healthcare
Dr James Burrows and Prof Brendan Gilmore - Identifying drug targets to combat Acinetobacter baumannil infections?
Prof Colin McCoy and Dr Nicola Irwin - Next-generation materials for skin protection products
Dr Kathi Edkins and Dr John Holbrey - Molecular interactions in solution for multi-component crystallisation
Dr Laura Sherrard and Prof Michael Tunney - Relationship between antibiotic therapy, development of antimicrobial resistance and clinical outcomes in people with bronchiectasis
The below positions are not funded:
Dr Fiona Furlong and Irina Tikhonova - Dissecting the mode of action of HDAC6 inhibition in cancer
Dr Peter Boyd and Professor Karl Malcolm - Exploring the influence of silica-based fillers on drug release from silicone elastomer implants
Professor Karl Malcolm and Dr Peter Boyd - Novel sustained-release formulation strategies for vaginal administration of drug-loaded nanoparticles
Professor Lorraine Martin and Dr Damian Downey - Breaking the code: Deciphering the molecular mechanisms that regulate cell fate in the airways
Dr Vicky Kett and Professor Michael Tunney - Liposomol delivery of antibiotics for treatment of pulmonary infection
Professor Michael Tunney and Dr Murali Shyamsundar (Centre for Experimental Science, SMDBS) - Influence of smoking and vaping on the lung microbiome in surgical patients
Dr Deirdre Gilpin and Professor Michael Tunney - Investigating the impact of electronic cigarette vapour on respiratory microbiota and inflammation
Dr Garry Laverty and Professor Karl Malcolm - Peptide hydrogels as a long-acting multipurpose drug delivery platform for combined contraception and HIV prevention
Dr Heather Barry and Professor Carmel Hughes - Optimising use of anticholinergic drugs by people with dementia in primary care
Dr Irina Tikhonova and Dr Garry Laverty - Rational design of novel peptide hydrogels for drug delivery
Dr James Burrows and Professor Brendan Gilmore - Identifying drug targets to combat Acinetobacter baumannii infections?
Dr Jonathan Coulter - ENERGY - Enhanced Nanoparticles Engineered fRom Gold for multi-modal therapY
Dr Louise Carson - Surface Treatment for Improved Performance of Implantable Medical Devices
Dr Niamh Buckley and Professor Helen McCarthy - IGNITE: IGnifying Tumours: Nanotechnology for Immune Oncology TargEts
Professor Brendan Gilmore - Controlling Bacterial Biofilms with Cold Plasma
Professor Colin McCoy and Dr Nicola Irwin - Multi-mode responsive biomaterials resistant to infection
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