Research theme: Advancing the frontiers of bioscience discovery

Functional roles of presynaptic opioid receptors

Lead Institution

University of Bath

Lead Supervisor

Dr Chris Bailey, University of Bath, Department of Pharmacy & Pharmacology

Co-Supervisors

  • Professor Eamonn Kelly, University of Bristol
  • Dr Robert Williams, University of Bath

Project Enquiries

cb304@bath.ac.uk

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A combined experimental and in silico modelling study of pigment pattern formation in zebrafish

Lead Institution

University of Bath

Lead Supervisor

Professor Robert Kelsh, University of Bath, Department of Biology & Biochemistry

Co-Supervisor

Dr Christian Yates, University of Bath

Project Enquiries

bssrnk@bath.ac.uk

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Determining the regulatory control of prokaryotic antiviral defence systems

Lead Institution

University of Bath

Lead Supervisor

Dr Tiffany Taylor, University of Bath, Department of Biology & Biochemistry

Co-Supervisors

  • Professor Edze Westra, University of Exeter
  • Professor Andrew Preston, University of Bath

Project Enquiries

t.b.taylor@bath.ac.uk

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Ancestral functions of genes regulated by imprinting in mammals

Lead Institution

University of Bath

Lead Supervisor

Professor Andrew Ward, University of Bath, Department of Biology & Biochemistry

Co-Supervisors

  • Professor Robert Kelsh, University of Bath
  • Professor Laurence Hurst, University of Bath

Project Enquiries

bssaw@bath.ac.uk

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Evolution of social gene complexes

Lead Institution

University of Bath

Lead Supervisor

Professor Jason Wolf, University of Bath, Department of Biology & Biochemistry

Co-Supervisors

  • Dr Bram Kuijper, University of Exeter
  • Dr Araxi Urrutia, University of Bath

Project Enquiries

j.b.wolf@bath.ac.uk

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Research theme: Bioscience for sustainable agriculture and food

The epigenetic fate of introgressed DNA in the wheat genome

Lead Institution

University of Bath

Lead Supervisor

Dr Hans-Wilhelm N├╝tzmann, University of Bath, Department of Biology & Biochemistry

Co-Supervisors

  • Professor Keith Edwards, University of Bristol
  • Dr Gary Barker, University of Bristol
  • Professor Adele Murrell, University of Bath

Project Enquiries

hwn25@bath.ac.uk

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Research theme: Bioscience for an integrated understanding of health

Tackling antibiotic resistance through blocking of signalling pathways

Lead Institution

University of Bath

Lead Supervisor

Dr Susanne Gebhard, University of Bath, Department of Biology & Biochemistry

Co-Supervisors

  • Professor Jody Mason, University of Bath
  • Dr Steven Porter, University of Exeter

Project Enquiries

sg844@bath.ac.uk

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Attributing the source of antimicrobial resistant diarrheal pathogens in African children

Lead Institution

University of Bath

Lead Supervisor

Professor Samuel Sheppard, University of Bath, Department of Biology & Biochemistry

Co-Supervisors

  • Professor Andrew Dowsey, University of Bristol
  • Dr Ben Pascoe, University of Bath
  • Dr Jahangir Hossain, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, MRC Unit, The Gambia

Project Enquiries

s.k.sheppard@bath.ac.uk

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Probing the molecular activation of complement component C5 using a novel antibody toolbox

Lead Institution

University of Bath

Lead Supervisor

Dr Jean van den Elsen, University of Bath, Department of Biology & Biochemistry

Co-Supervisors

  • Professor Paul Morgan, Cardiff University
  • Dr Maisem Laabei, University of Bath
  • Dr Wioleta Zelek, Cardiff University

Project Enquiries

bssjmhve@bath.ac.uk

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