BBSRC PhD studentships with the South West Biosciences Doctoral Training Partnership in Bristol Biochemistry
24 October 2017
There are a number of Bristol Biochemistry projects available with the BBSRC South West Biosciences Doctoral Training Partnership.
- Enantioselective polyketide biocatalysis through simulation-led redesign, with Dr Marc van der Kamp
- Local control of protein translation in neuronal dendrites during synaptic plasticity, with Dr Jonathan Hanley
- Molecular mechanism and evolutionary impact of a prokaryotic epigenetic-targeted immune system, with Prof Mark Szczelkun
- Molecular mechanisms of SMG1 kinase in health and disease, with Prof Christiane Berger-Schaffitzel
- Structural dissection of streptococcal multi-domain fibrillar adhesins, with Dr Paul Race
- The bacterial protein translocation machinery: a target for new strategies against antimicrobial resistance, with Prof Ian Collinson
Midnight, Monday 4th December 2017
About the SWBio DTP
The SWBio DTP is one of 12 Doctoral Training Partnerships funded by the BBSRC to provide PhD training in areas of their strategic relevance. The SWBio DTP is a consortium formed from the universities of Bristol (lead), Bath, Cardiff, Exeter, and Rothamsted Research. Together, these institutions present a distinctive cadre of bioscience research staff and students, with established international, national and regional networks, and widely recognised research excellence.