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O que eu aprenderei?

Virology is the study of the viral agents responsible for causing disease in humans or animals. This includes the study of underlying mechanisms of virulence, virus epidemiology and immune responses to viruses.

Overview

The University of Liverpool’s Institute of Infection and Global Health was established to bring together leading medical, veterinary and basic science researchers from across the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences. We also enjoy close and active collaboration with NHS colleagues through the Liverpool Health Partners Academic Health Science System.

Research in Virology is based in new laboratories in the Ronald Ross Building and ic2 Building on the main University city centre campus. Our research encompasses studies of the pathogenicity, diagnostics, identification, epidemiology and immune responses to a range of viral pathogens including: flaviviruses such as Japanese encephalitis virus and Zika virus; Ebola virus; Chikungunya virus; HIV; respiratory syncytial virus; cytomegalovirus and other herpesviruses. Techniques used include: diagnostic identification methods, flow cytometry, ELISA, epidemiology, transcriptomic and genomic technologies, proteomics and infection models.

The aims of the research are to investigate the transmission routes and behaviour of pathogens during infections and use this knowledge to design better therapeutic strategies or vaccines in order to improve the health of humans.

Research themes

Our research in virology spans a wide range of different virus families, which are linked to a broad spectrum of clinical diseases. These include the following areas:

Emerging and Zoonotic infections – Zika virus, Japanese encephalitis virus, Chikungunya virus, Ebola virus
Gastrointestinal infections – Rotavirus, Noravirus
Respiratory infections – Influenza virus, Respiratory syncytial virus
Blood borne viruses – Human Immunodeficiency virus, Hepatitis C virus
Neurological infections – Herpes Simplex virus, Japanese encephalitis virus.

De qual departamento farei parte?

Institute of Infection and Global Health

Opções de estudo

Período integral (2 anos)

Valores
£23.650,00 (R$ 177.186) por ano
£23,650 (lab based programmes); 18,000 (non Lab based programmes)

Esta é uma taxa fixa
Data de início

Esperado Setembro 2021

Localização

University of Liverpool

The Foundation Building,

765 Brownlow Hill,

Liverpool,

L69 7ZX, England

Requisitos de admissão

Para estudantes do(s)/da Brasil

Students who have completed at least four years of study to obtain the Bacharel/Licenciado or an equivalent Professional Title can apply for master's programmes. Students are expected to have a minimum of 8 out of 10. For research degress : Each application is assessed on its own merits, however students will usually be expected to hold both a Bacharel/Licenciado or an equivalent Professional Title and a Mestrado degree. Students need to have IELTS 6.5 overall with a minimum of 5.5 in each component.

Para estudantes internacionais

Applications are welcomed from well qualified graduates who would typically hold a UK first degree or equivalent in the first or 2:1 class, or a 2:2 class degree plus a Masters degree, in a relevant subject. IELTS 6.5 overall with a minimum of 6.0 in all bands. TOEFL requirement is min 88 overall with 21-Listening, Writing, 22-Reading, 23-Speaking.

Os requisitos para o IELTS podem variar de acordo com o curso que você escolher.

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