Marie Sklodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network (MSCA-ITN-EID) INTERFUTURE grant infomation:

Call: H2020-MSCA-ITN-2016

Grant Agreement: n. 722642

Title project: From microbial interactions to new-concept biopesticides and biofertilizers

Coordinator: Michele Perazzolli

Funding: EU under project number H2020-MSCA-ITN-2016 - 722642

Timeframe: 01.12.2016-31.05.2021

University/Department: Fondazione Edmund Mach, Department of Sustainable Agroecosystems and Bioresources

Network Partners: Fondazione Edmund Mach (Coordinator), Italy; University of Reims Champagne-Ardenne, France; University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences , Austria; University of Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK; University of Molise, Italy; BIOBEST, Belgium; BIPA NV, Belgium; INOQ GmbH, Germany; Azotic Technologies Ltd, UK; De Ceuster Meststoffen NV (DCM), Belgium; e-nema GmbH, germany; University of Trento, Italy


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Phil Hill

UNITED KINGDOM - University of Nottingham

Dr Phil Hill is Associate Professor at UNOTT. He is a molecular microbiologist with a strong interest in imaging technologies. Much of his research is aimed at the study of bacterial pathogens like Listeria and Staphylococcus, their interaction with host cells and antibiotic therapy against bacteria which are “hiding” within host cells. Novel GFP-lux marker/reporter gene systems have combined his expertise in fluorescence microscopy and low-light imaging of luciferases. This technology allows bacterial location and gene expression to be assessed both in “real-time” in vivo, and also retrospectively on fixed samples.
Dr. Hill has supervised five completed PhD projects and was the principal supervisor of three of these. He is currently the supervisor of two PhD students. He will assist in tutoring the ESRs at UNIOTT.

(ESR 7, 8)