Industrial CASE projects are listed below.
Applicants who wish to apply for a BBSRC iCASE studentship should apply directly to the Interdisciplinary Bioscience DTP via firstname.lastname@example.org
The fastest, most efficient and preferred method of application to the University of Oxford is via the secure online application form.
The next academic deadline is Friday 19th January 2018.
Please include with your application a statement of no more than 500 words that explains your suitability for and interest in the advertised project. We would also require a CV, three confidential academic references. Two of these must be received through the online system before your application is released to us for assessment and your degree transcript(s).
|Supervisor(s)||Academic organisations||Industrial Partner||Project Title|
|Dame Prof Frances Ashcroft (Oxford), Prof Patrik Rorsman (Oxford), and Prof James Johnson (Novo Nordisk)||The University of Oxford||Novo Nordisk||Regulation of insulin biosynthesis|
|Dr Pip Beard (Pirbright) and Prof David Greaves (Oxford)||The Pirbright Institute and the University of Oxford||Merck Animal Health||Interactions between lumpy skin disease virus and the bovine dermis|
|Prof Renier van der Hoorn (Oxford), Dr Nick Holton (Leaf Expression Systems||The University of Oxford||Leaf Expression Systems||Mechanisms underlying improved molecular pharming by protease inhibitors|
|Dr Andrew Jones (Oxford Brookes University), Prof Isabel Bermudez (Oxford Brookes University), Jim Goodchild (Syngenta)||Oxford Brookes University||Syngenta||Characterisation of the aphid nicotinic acetylcholine receptor gene family|
|Prof Linda King (Oxford Brookes), Prof Robert Possee (Oxford Expression Technologies Ltd.)||Oxford Brookes University||Oxford Expression Technologies Ltd.||Gene regulation in baculovirus-infected insect cells: application in the development of a budded virus-free expression system for the production of VLP-based vaccines|
|Prof John Mackay (Oxford) and Dr Roger Moore (Forest Research)||The University of Oxford||Forest Research (a branch of the Forestry Commission), on behalf of Forestart||Biological defenses of Sitka spruce against the weevil Hylobius abietis: investigation of genetic variability and molecular basis to facilitate resistance breeding|
|Prof Gail Preston (Oxford), Dr Nicola Holden (James Hutton Institute), Dr Louise Crozier (Anacail Ltd)||The University of Oxford, James Hutton Institute||Anacail Ltd.||Ozone-mediated control of food spoilage and food-borne pathogens|
|Dr Mark Walton (Oxford), Prof David Bannerman (Oxford), Dr Francois Gastambide (Lundbeck A/S)||The University of Oxford||Lundbeck A/S||Investigating the regulation of mesolimbic dopamine during reward-guided action selection and inhibition|
|Prof Matthew Wood (Oxford), Dr Imre Mager (Evox Therapeutics Ltd.)||The University of Oxford||Evox Therapeutics Ltd.||Understanding extracellular vesicle physiology for the development of bioinspired nanotechnology platforms|