Open to PhD applications in the field of
- Cellular microbiology of bacterial respiratory pathogens
- Functional genomics of bacterial virulence factors
- Subversion of innate immune cells by infection
- Proteomics approaches to study signaling at the pathogen-host interface
- Discovery of new antimicrobials
Public outreach & key achievements
- The Schroeder Team regularly engages in outreach events such as the NI Science Festival and offers work-placements for pupils, local and international students, providing background knowledge and insight into the importance of bacterial infectious disease research as well as into the daily operation of a research laboratory.
- Our research has been funded by the Medical and the Biotechnology & Biological Sciences Research Councils UK as well as the EU Horizon 2020 program.
|PhD Title||Subversion of innate immune defences by intracellular bacterial pathogens (Primary supervisor)|
|PhD Title||Understanding mechanisms of lung destruction in patients with non-tuberculous mycobacterial pulmonary infection (Co-supervisor)|
|PhD Title||A map of host cell rewiring by pathogens (Co-supervisor)|
Alumni: Where are they now
|PhD Title||Deciphering the molecular basis of the global emergence of non-tuberculous Mycobacteria as important human respiratory pathogen|
|Current Position||Postdoc Stanford University (USA)|
- Respiratory Medicine