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The Institute of Applied Linguistics and Translatology (IALT) offers PhD candidates two options. You can either follow your own path and complete your doctoral thesis on an individual basis, or you can follow the path laid out in the Structured Doctoral Programme in Translatology and Applied Linguistics. The programme offers a curriculum of lectures and seminars parallel to the doctoral thesis. Credit points will be awarded for giving lectures and other contributions.

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Structured Doctoral Programme in Translatology and Applied Linguistics

The programme is designed to support the completion of a doctoral thesis in one of the subject areas IALT has in its research and teaching portfolios. It also gives candidates an opportunity to apply the knowledge and skills they have acquired in teaching internships.

Generally, it takes three years (six semesters on-campus) to complete the structured doctoral programme. The total workload amounts to 180 credit points.

Admission requirements

General admission requirements:

  • You have earned a master’s degree in a consecutive study programme (master’s degree after bachelor’s degree), or
  • You have earned a degree in a university programme that is relevant to the subject you intend to pursue in your doctoral thesis. The programme must have had a standard period of study of at least 8 semesters, or you have completed the necessary state exam for the programme.

Programme-specific admission requirements:

  • You have a topic for your thesis and a letter confirming their supervision from a professor at the Institute of Applied Linguistics and Translatology.
  • You have language skills for the language that will be the main subject of your doctoral project. A level of C2 according to the Common European Framework of Reference is required. You do not need to provide proof of language competence, if the language in question is your native language.
  • If German is not your native language, you must provide a certificate of German language proficiency according to level B1 of the Common European Framework of Reference. If German is your native language, you do not need to provide proof of language competence.

Application

You can apply to join the doctoral programme in the winter semester (application deadline June 1) and in the summer semester (application deadline February 1). The Institute of Applied Linguistics and Translatology’s examination board will consider your application and decide whether or not you will be accepted.

Application documents

Please fill in the application form (German PDF) and submit the following documents:

  • Thesis topic and confirmation of supervision
  • Proof of language competence for the language of your intended doctoral project, if the language is not your native language
  • Proof of proficiency in German, if German is not your native language
  • A proposal of your intended doctoral project. If your project is still in its beginning stages, you can send an outline of your project and a statement detailing why you would like to complete your doctoral thesis at the Institute of Applied Linguistics and Translatology.
  • A digitalized copy (PDF format) of your dissertation
  • A CV in tabular form

You may submit the documents in German, English, French, Portuguese or Spanish. Authenticated documents will not be necessary until you have been admitted to the doctoral programme.

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Find your PhD position in Germany

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Before you start your search you should know that there are different PhD models:

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  • Structured PhD programmes

What's the difference? Check out our  overview of the various ways to do your PhD in Germany  

Find your individual doctorate

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The "traditional" or "individual" path to a PhD remains the most common in Germany. An individual doctorate involves a thesis or dissertation that is produced under the  supervision of one professor . This form of PhD study offers a great deal of  flexibility , but demands a high degree of  personal initiative  and responsibility.

How to find your PhD supervisor

In Germany there is no central admissions or selection office for doctoral students. Therefore, your first step is to find a suitable professor who is willing to be your supervisor.

One way to find a supervisor is to look for a university institute that matches your area of research. The following online search engines might help you find a suitable supervisor:

  • GERiT – German research institutions GERiT is a website containing information on approximately 29,000 research institutions in Germany. GERiT allows the user to search easily by location or subject. It provides all the information needed to choose an institution at which to research, study or do a doctorate. www.gerit.org
  • Finding a PhD position PhDGermany publishes PhD openings in Germany that specifically target international applicants. Accordingly, in most cases the working language is English. Fluent knowledge of German is only required for certain special positions. PhDGermany helps you find the right PhD opening or supervisor for your doctoral thesis and assists you with the online application process. www.phdgermany.de
  • Higher Education Compass   This database provides up-to-date information from universities about doctoral opportunities in Germany. The search engine enables you to carry out targeted searches on the basis of departments, admission requirements and form of doctoral thesis. www.higher-education-compass.de

Furthermore,  your contacts with your professors or previous university  could help direct you to a suitable department or potential supervisor in Germany.

It is also helpful to attend  academic conferences  in your own subject area. There you will be able to exchange information and make contacts ­– and perhaps even find a future PhD supervisor.

Find your structured PhD programme

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Structured PhD programmes in Germany are frequently very similar to the PhD programmes in English-speaking countries, in which a  team of supervisors  look after a  group of doctoral students . Around 12,000 doctoral students from abroad – roughly one in four – do their PhDs in structured programmes. As a rule, it is possible to complete a doctorate in four to five years.

Where to find your PhD programme

There is no central database of all structured PhD programmes in Germany. You can usually find these programmes directly through the respective universities, graduate schools or non-university research institutions. The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) database is also a good place to look. Here you will find a large number of PhD programmes that are specially aimed at international doctoral students.

International doctoral programme database

Are you interested in an international doctoral programme in Germany? This DAAD database presents a selection of roughly 230 international doctoral programmes in Germany. The database can be searched according to different criteria.  www.daad.de/international-programmes 

Doctoral programmes at universities

Many universities offer structured doctoral programmes, which they publicise on their websites. The Student Advisory Service or Graduate Centre at the respective university will also provide help here. You can find the relevant addresses using the Higher Education Compass provided by the German Rectors’ Conference. www.higher-education-compass.de

​​​​​​​DFG-funded research training groups

Research training groups are also funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (German Research Foundation, DFG) for a period of up to nine years. Their key emphasis is on the qualification of doctoral researchers within the framework of a focused research programme and a structured training strategy. www.dfg.de > Current Research Training Groups

Helmholtz Research Schools, Colleges and Graduate Schools

The Helmholtz Association is Germany’s largest scientific organisation. In collaboration with various institutions of higher education, Helmholtz Association research centres have established structured PhD programmes under the auspices of Helmholtz Graduate Schools, Helmholtz Research Schools and Colleges.  www.helmholtz.de > PhD Candidates 

Leibniz Graduate Schools

The Leibniz Association connects 97 research institutes that conduct problem-oriented research and provide scientific infrastructure of national and international importance. Together with universities they run structured PhD programmes in Leibniz Graduate Schools. www.leibniz-association.eu > Leibniz Graduate Schools

International Max Planck Research Schools

The Max Planck Society specialises in innovative basic research and its institutes are able to offer up-and-coming researchers excellent infrastructure and support. The website lists the programmes available at International Max Planck Research Schools (IMPRS):  www.mpg.de > International Max Planck Research Schools  

Max Planck Schools

In Germany, the best researchers in a specific field are often work at different universities and non-university research institutions spread throughout the country. The Max Planck Schools serve as hubs which gather this distributed knowledge. Here, the brightest minds in their fields have come together from within the scientific community to interconnect in faculties made up of active researchers. Students gain access to these unique networks, learn in close personal exchange from leaders in their fields and their peers, and enjoy access to outstanding infrastructure. Currently, three Schools are operating in the fields of Cognition, Matter to Life, and Photonics. www.maxplanckschools.de

Where can I find out about requirements?

Application procedures  differ from programme to programme . The precise requirements and deadlines can be found on the website of the respective university, research training group or graduate school. You should therefore first choose a PhD programme and/or graduate school.

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As part of Erasmus+ enrolled doctoral researchers at Freie Universität Berlin can apply for student mobility, teaching stays and internships in Europa and beyond. Doctoral researchers with an employment contract can also participate in training stays.

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You are a postgraduate, have earned a university degree from an international higher education institution, and plan to do your doctoral studies at the faculty of law at universität hamburg..

To obtain a doctorate, students at the Faculty of Law conduct independent research and present their work in a doctoral dissertation. At the end of their studies, doctoral students must defend their doctoral dissertation in an oral examination. Generally, doctoral students can either create an individual plan or pursue studies within a structured program. General information on doctoral opportunities offered at Universität Hamburg can be found here .

Individual doctoral studies continue to be the most common form of obtaining a doctorate in Germany and at the Faculty of Law at Universität Hamburg. In this model, doctoral students work largely independently on their dissertation topic under the supervision of a professor. This allows for a great deal of freedom and flexibility, but also requires a significant degree of personal initiative and responsibility. Before beginning their studies, doctoral students first look for a supervising professor for their dissertation topic. Supervision is based on an individual agreement between the doctoral student and professor.

At the Faculty of Law at Universität Hamburg, students may also obtain a doctorate in a structured doctoral program. In these programs, the doctoral students and their research are integrated into a wider academic framework. These doctoral degree programs at the Faculty of Law at Universität Hamburg have an interdisciplinary and in some cases an international focus. They offer a framework for doctoral students to discuss their research and a broad range of opportunities for students to acquire additional qualifications in the field. Doctoral students in structured programs are often supervised by teams made up of several professors involved in the program.

The Albrecht Mendelssohn Bartholdy Graduate School (AMBSL) developed its curriculum based on the Faculty's two key research areas (research area 1: National and international market economy and governance—legal regulation under the conditions of economization and globalization; research area 2: The limits of law—the legal challenges of social and technological change). Research projects within structured doctoral training are not limited to the Faculty's key research areas, but may focus on any areas within law and its subdisciplines. The AMBSL helps applicants find suitable supervisors for their research project.

For more information about the Albrecht Mendelssohn Bartholdy Graduate School of Law and funding opportunities, please visit their website .

The European Doctorate in Law and Economics (EDLE) is an international doctoral program offered jointly by Universität Hamburg, the University of Bologna, and Erasmus University Rotterdam. The objective of the program is to train doctoral students at the highest academic level in the field of law and economics. Prospective doctors of law will be in the position to competently participate in academic discourse in this research field. More information about the European Doctorate in Law and Economics can be found here . ( http://www.edle-phd.eu/ )

The research training group The Economics of the Internationalisation of the Law focuses on the application of methods and concepts of economic analysis to international law and the way this interacts with national legal norms. More information on The Economics of the Internationalisation of the Law research training group can be found here (in German only).

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Translation Science and Technology (M.A.)

Ein junger Mann und eine junge Frau betrachten einen Globus.Standard period of study4 semestersMain languageGermanForeign languagesEnglish, French, Italian, SpanishGerman language requirementsGER: C2, if applicable also C1, see RequirementsRequirements in chosen foreign languageGER: C1Restricted entryNoApplication periodWinter semester: beginning of June to 30 SeptemberTuition feesNot applicableSemester feeSee Web page

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Course Structure

The Master’s degree programme Translation, Communication, Language Technology comprises 120 credits.

  • Semester 1 – 3: Lectures, courses and final examination
  • Semester 4: Completion of the Master’s thesis 

The Master’s programme is a modular programme.

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International Programme Versions

The Master’s programme can be pursued as an international version. In cooperation with the Universidad de Salamanca, Heidelberg University offers the DAAD-backed international programme version “Specialised Translation and Culture Mediation” as a Double Degree programme. The Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile and Heidelberg University offer the international programme version “Specialised Translation and Translation Technologies”.

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Students take 4 courses per term for 2 years, with a total of 16 courses required; 3 of those courses may be audited; GMAN 501, Methods of Teaching German as a World Language, is required for all students; at least one course must include pre-nineteenth-century topics. Students should consult with the Director of Graduate Study (DGS) regarding their course selection. In addition, one or two of the courses taken for credit may be Directed Readings under the supervision of a faculty member, with the approval of the DGS. 

Up to 2 credits may be awarded for prior graduate-level work, provided the student’s first-year record at Yale is good and the total number of courses taken for credit at Yale are not fewer than 12.

The German Literature Track: 4 courses may be taken outside the department. The German Studies Track: 7 courses may be taken outside the department. Students are asked to define an area of concentration and to meet with appropriate advisors from within and outside the department.

2. Languages:

In the third semester of study, students are required to give evidence of a reading knowledge of one language (other than their native language) that is highly relevant to the study of German literature and culture. The department strongly recommends French, but other languages may possibly be approved on consultation with the DGS. It is possible to fulfill this requirement by taking a language exam in the relevant department, by taking a reading course with a resulting grade of A, or by way of other measures of experience such as studying in another country.  

3. Teaching:

The faculty considers teaching to be essential to the professional preparation of graduate stduents. Four terms are required, but six is the norm. Teaching usually takes place in years three and four, but students may seek teaching in any term. Students typically begin by teaching the Elementary and Intermediate sequence (GMAN 110-120-130), followed by a Teaching Fellow position with a faculty member in the German Department. Students in combined programs typically split their teaching equally between German and Film. Teaching assignments should always be made in close consultation with the DGS, DUS and, if applicable, the dissertation advisor and Language Program Director. Teaching assignments are typically made in the late Spring for the upcoming academic year, but may not be fully finalized until the preregistration period for a given semester.

4. The Qualifying Examination (5th term):

The Qualifying Examination assesses the students’ knowledge of German literature and their skills across a broad range of related topics. The examination is divided into two parts, to be taken during reading period of the fifth term of study.

Part I. Written examination. In this portion of the comprehensive exam, the student will write a closed-book exam (four essays in six hours). Students may write in English or German; there will be a choice of questions. Sample questions are available.

FOUR SECTIONS of examination in German literature and film are intended to give students an overview of the field:

The exam is based on a departmental list, which is updated regularly.

Preparation of readings should begin well in advance of the fifth term. Students are encouraged to form study groups and meet with faculty. The department also regularly offers a seminar devoted to exam preparation.

Part II. One-hour oral examination, a week after the written examination. In this portion of the comprehensive exam, the student will discuss the written exam with three examiners to elaborate on answers and hear comments. Students who fail the written or the oral exam can repeat the respective part once within a timeframe of eight weeks. 

5. Study Abroad:

Year-long or semester-long study abroad typically occurs in the fifth and sixth years, in the context of the dissertation research, frequently with the support of external fellowships. Students may also participate in German Sommersemester courses (May-July) in the context of the Baden-Württemberg exchange. The department offers Max Kade summer travel stipends in support of eligible travel to Germany.

6. The Prospectus and Prospectus Defense (6th term):

The prospectus for the dissertation must be submitted at the end of the sixth term of study, typically in May. It should be approximately 15-20 pages in length. It should: 

1. provide an overview of the dissertation project, 2. situate the project within the relevant secondary literature, 3. describe the scholarly contribution that the dissertation is expected to make, 4. give an overview of each chapter’s focus, and 5. it must include a bibliography of relevant primary and secondary texts.

The prospectus should be written in close consultation with the dissertation advisor, who must approve it before it is submitted to the faculty. 

Shortly after the student has submitted the prospectus, the faculty will convene to discuss the prospectus with the student. If serious concerns are raised, the student will be expected to revise the prospectus.

Students should also compile a reading list of 20-30 works relevant to their proposed project, which will also be discussed during the defense.

7. The Dissertation and the Dissertation Fellowship:

The culmination of the student’s work is the dissertation. Each student will choose a dissertation committee of three people, one (sometimes two) of whom will serve as the student’s primary advisor(s). Drafts of each chapter must be submitted in a timely fashion to all members of the student’s committee: the first chapter should be submitted to the committee by February 1 of the fourth year; the second chapter by January 1 of the fifth year. A formal chapter review will be held for the first chapter, during which the student will discuss his or her work with the members of the dissertation committee and the DGS. The first chapter of the dissertation should be presented in the departmental colloquium not later than the first semester of the fifth year. The dissertation is submitted in March of the sixth year, prior to the Graduate School’s announced deadline. Following the submission, the DGS will convene a dissertation defense. After a brief presentation on the theme, claims, and method of the dissertation, the committee, adviser(s) and DGS will ask questions. This may lead to broader discussions which typically include publication plans and postdoctoral goals. The defense is typically a public event, with invitation list to be decided in consultation with the DGS. The defense will be concluded by a vote of the committee, the adviser(s), and the DGS. Official approval of the dissertation takes place in the form of written evaluations; hence the defense is primarily meant as a capstone event and opportunity for conversation. The dissertation is ideally 200-250 double-spaced pages in length.

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PhD opportunities

As a doctoral student in the Department of Languages and Cultures at the University of Reading, you will contribute to our interdisciplinary research culture, and benefit from the mentoring provided by an integrated and supportive research community with an international outlook.

We offer PhD programmes in:

French Studies

German studies, italian studies, spanish and latin american studies.

  • Translation Studies
  • Comparative and Intercultural Studies.

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Areas of expertise

Phd in french studies.

  • Modern Francophone literature and cinema
  • Children’s and women’s literature in French
  • Francophone (Indian Ocean) literature
  • Twentieth-century philosophical writing in French
  • Philanthropy and NGOs
  • Disability studies
  • War studies
  • Translation and publishing history

PhD in German Studies

  • German language, literature and culture (1700–present)
  • GDR history and culture
  • Twentieth-century German film
  • Exile writing
  • Critical political and media discourse analysis
  • Migration and its representations

Our  East German Studies Archive  offers unique resources, including an extensive collection of German feature films.

PhD in Italian Studies

  • Italian migration and diasporas
  • History of Italian language and sociolinguistics
  • Modern Italian literature and culture
  • Multilingualism in modern Italian literature
  • Intellectual history (post 1800–present)
  • Translation and publishing history 

PhD in Spanish and Latin American Studies

  • Modern and contemporary Hispanic literature
  • Spanish and Latin American popular culture
  • Literary and print culture in Spain and Latin America
  • Colombian, Chilean and Argentine history and culture
  • Nation building and citizenship in Latin America
  • Theatre practices in Latin America

PhD in Translation Studies

Translation studies looks at processes and techniques of cross-linguistic and cross-cultural mediation. We support doctoral projects in translation interfacing with French, Italian, German, Spanish, and Arabic languages and cultures. In the field of translation studies we support doctoral research investigating:

  • the relationship between translation and publishing in a variety of national domains. Our students explore the rich holdings of our world-leading Special Collections and the Archive of British Publishers and Printing . Our students contribute to the research activities of the Centre for Book Cultures and Publishing .  
  • the application of textual, linguistic, and discourse analysis approaches to translation across different genres, modes, domains, and media.

PhD in Comparative and Intercultural Studies

This PhD programme accommodates researchers with a background in literary studies, cultural studies, history, or linguistics, with knowledge of cultures and languages in addition to English, and with an interest in comparative and intercultural studies.

Research projects within this programme can include comparative literature and cultural transfer, cross-linguistic comparison of discourses and language use as well as intercultural communication. 

Supervisory teams may draw on related research expertise of staff in and across the departments of English Literature; English Language and Applied Linguistics; Film, Theatre and Television; and History.

Our doctoral scholars are encouraged to present their work at national and international conferences. They have the opportunity to showcase their work-in-progress at the annual University of Reading Language Studies Conference. 

PhD supervision

When you study a PhD with us, you'll be assigned two supervisors who have research expertise in your chosen area of enquiry. If your project spans more than one discipline, your second supervisor may be from a different department to complement your areas of interest.

Our academics are leaders in their areas of research and will work closely with you to ensure your time with us as a PhD student is as rewarding and intellectually enriching as possible.

Find out more about how to apply for a PhD , and identify and contact a supervisor .

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Types of doctoral degree

We offer several routes to a doctoral qualification, so you can find the one that suits you and the topic you wish to study.

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Part-time study

Part-time PhDs are available as well as full-time, so you can choose a mode of study that suits your circumstances.

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PhD by Distance

Our PhD by Distance programme allows you to benefit from the expertise of a Reading-based supervisor, while conducting your research in a different location.

Past PhD projects

Here are some examples of projects that students have undertaken in the Department.

  • The Heath-Pompidou Paris 1971 summit: Franco-British European honeymoon or marriage of convenience? An actor-centred study (2020), Dr Patrick Robert
  • The female fertility cycle in cross-cultural perspective: representations of menstruation, childbirth, and the menopause in contemporary women's writing in French (2018), Dr Maria Tomlinson (SWW DTP)
  • Pro-European groups and the French, Belgian and British empires (1947-1957) (2013), Dr Laura Kottos (AHRC)
  • The cultural memory of the Second World War: D-Day veterans and commemoration in Britain (2012), Dr Gregory Tinker (AHRC)
  • Cultural memory and Vergangenheitsaufarbeitung in Christa Wolf’s prose works: a narratological and cultural studies analysis (2020), Dr Caroline Rowan-Olive.
  • Representations of contemporary feminist protest in Germany and the UK (2018), Dr Sophie Payne (SWW DTP)
  • The Misogyny of the Trümmerfilm: space and gender in post-war German film (2017), Dr Richard McKenzie
  • British Military Encounters with Italian Civilians 1943-1946 (2021), Dr Fabio Simonetti (AHRC)
  • Italian intellectual Diaspora in the UK: Luigi Meneghello and Carlo Dionisotti (2019), Dr Marta Pozzolo (SWW DTP)
  • La salmodia di David Maria Turoldo: un approccio interdisciplinare (2018), Dr Valentina Calista (University of Reading)
  • Strategie di composizione letteraria in Filippo Tommaso Marinetti (2015), Dr Stefano Bragato (AHRC)
  • Dolls from Mayan Mexico and Guatemala: A case study on the use of objects in the construction, expression and negotiation of identities (2021), Dr Emma Jackson
  • New technologies and cultural identity in Cuba: A study of the evolution and impact of video gaming culture in Granma Province (2020), Dr Miranda Lickert (Leverhulme)

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Alumni Spotlight: Recent PhD in Pharmacological Sciences Graduate Huda Barhoosh Showcased “Activity-Based DNA-Encoded Library Screening for Inhibitors of Eukaryotic Translation” Dissertation Defense

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“I am very thankful to have had a great graduate school experience that was positive in many aspects,” said Huda Barhoosh, a recent graduate of the UC Irvine School of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences’ PhD in Pharmacological Sciences program. “I feel blessed to have a supportive advisor who has helped shape me into a well-rounded scientist. My fellow graduate students have been welcoming and supportive, and I have built lasting friendships.”

A graduate of Qatar University’s BSc in Pharmacy program, Barhoosh chose to pursue her PhD in Pharmacological Sciences at UCI, stating that the program “offered the perfect combination of rigorous research, exceptional faculty, interdisciplinary opportunities, a supportive community, and outstanding resources.”

During her time in the PhD program, Barhoosh served as a student representative for the UCI Diverse Educational Community and Doctoral Experience (DECADE) initiative, which aims to foster inclusivity and guide the success of women and underrepresented minorities who are pursuing graduate degrees. She was on the UCI School of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences’ Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) committee as well. She also mentored first-year PhD students and was an organizer for the Synthetic and Chemical Biology Club .

Barhoosh completed a 10-week rotation in the Alachkar Lab in her first year at UCI, assisting with research that studied the impact of prenatal stress on mice offspring. Then, she joined the Paegel Lab , contributing to the research team’s studies of miniaturization.

“I worked on developing a miniaturized droplet-based high-throughput screening assay to screen DNA-encoded libraries for inhibitors of eukaryotic translation. A large number of drug targets are currently inaccessible to small-molecule therapeutics due to the nature of the protein target. By inhibiting translation, we can circumvent this and prevent the disease target from being produced in the first place. I’ve designed an assay that can screen small-molecules for translation inhibition and have used it to screen large libraries built in our lab and have discovered novel translation inhibitors,” she shared. “I am fortunate to be part of a research lab that conducts cutting-edge research, which has expanded my skills and knowledge and includes amazing individuals who have enriched my graduate school journey.”

On June 4, Barhoosh presented the culmination of her research at UCI with “Activity-Based DNA-Encoded Library Screening for Inhibitors of Eukaryotic Translation.”

“Small molecule probes exist for only ~2% of human proteins because most lack functional binding pockets or cannot be assayed for high-throughput screening (HTS). Selective translation modulation is a possible mechanism to circumvent canonical druggability constraints and can be evaluated via in vitro transcription translation (IVTT),” she explained in the summary of her dissertation defense. “We developed a plug-and-play IVTT activity assay by fusing a GFP reporter to various target gene sequences and screened these constructs in microfluidic droplets using DNA-encoded libraries (DEL). This work sets the stage for scaling microfluidic IVTT screening to the entirety of the human proteome as a universal biochemical assay, and perhaps more broadly across the tree of life.”

With the completion of her studies, Barhoosh is ready to apply what she has learned to her upcoming professional endeavors.

“The interdisciplinary nature of the PhD in Pharmacological Sciences program has exposed me to a wide range of research areas, broadening my knowledge and perspective. The available resources and facilities have significantly advanced my research,” she said. “I aim to join the pharmaceutical industry and establish my career as a scientist. I hope to use the skills and knowledge that I’ve gained through my training to advance the field of drug discovery.”

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England vs. Netherlands highlights: Ollie Watkins goal at the death sets up Euro 2024 final

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Ollie Watkins' goal in the 90th minute gave England a 2-1 win over the Netherlands, the late drama in Dortmund sending England to Sunday's final against Spain .

The Netherlands hopped out to a lead in the seventh minute, but Harry Kane's penalty canceled out the Dutch advantage before 20 minutes had gone by. Both teams were positive in attack throughout the first half and things looked headed for extra time until the substitute Watkins scored on a tremendous solo effort as the clock struck 90.

"You might get five minutes, one minute, but you can make a difference, you can win us the tournament," England captain Harry Kane said postgame. "And Oli's been waiting, he's been patient and what he's done out there is outstanding. What a finish. I'm so happy for him, he deserves it."

England has never won the European championship, finishing runner-up in the last edition of the tournament.

"I have no words for this. When you concede so late, it's terrible," Netherlands captain Virgil van Dijk said after the loss. "This hurts a lot. You give it your all and if it still turns out like that, it sucks."

THE SUB DID THAT, ENGLAND'S HERO 🙌✨ Ollie Watkins, take a bow 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿👏 pic.twitter.com/D59ofVFtdP — FOX Soccer (@FOXSoccer) July 10, 2024

Here's how Wednesday's match in Dortmund happened:

FINAL: England 2, Netherlands 1

England advanced to its second consecutive Euro final, defeating the Netherlands 2-1 with a 90th-minute goal from substitute Ollie Watkins.

An unbelievable finish in Dortmund and heartbreak for the Dutch, who hoped to get a rematch of the 2010 World Cup final against Spain.

"I swear on my life, my kid's life, I said to Cole Palmer 'we're coming on today and you're gonna set me up.'" 👏 Ollie Watkins speaks after the game about his game winner that clinched England's spot in the Final ⬇️🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 pic.twitter.com/tLRw2Zhq2Q — FOX Soccer (@FOXSoccer) July 10, 2024

Goal! Ollie Watkins wins it in the 90th minute

With the clock striking 90 minutes, England substitute Ollie Watkins beat Netherlands goalkeeper Bart Verbruggen from a tight angle a perfect pass from Cole Palmer – surely the winner that sends England to the Euro 2024 final!

Watkins scored 19 goals for Aston Villa in the 2023-24 English Premier League season.

OLLIE WATKINS IN THE 90TH MINUTE FOR ENGLAND 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿🔥😱 pic.twitter.com/X8ToEGShLz — FOX Soccer (@FOXSoccer) July 10, 2024

Ollie Watkins, Cole Palmer on for England

England thought they had the go-ahead goal when Bukayo Saka found the back of the net, but offside was correctly ruled in the build up.

Ollie Watkins and Cole Palmer are coming on in the 81st minute to replace Harry Kane and Phil Foden.

Jude Bellingham gets yellow card

England's 21-year-old midfielder Jude Bellingham was booked for a challenge on Stefan de Vrij in the 71st minute with the score still 1-1.

Jude Bellingham receives a yellow for this challenge 🟨 pic.twitter.com/ER3N4kHarL — FOX Soccer (@FOXSoccer) July 10, 2024

Jordan Pickford makes big save in 65th minute

England goalkeeper Jordan Pickford was called into action in the 65th minute, knocking away a short-range shot from Virgil Van Dijk off a free kick on the right wing.

SO CLOSE FOR THE NETHERLANDS 👀 Pickford comes up with a huge save for England 🧤 pic.twitter.com/WDDV3Nk1wO — FOX Soccer (@FOXSoccer) July 10, 2024

Wout Weghorst, Luke Shaw on for second half

The Netherlands had Wout Weghorst came on for Donyell Malen, while England brought on Luke Shaw to replace Kieran Trippier to begin the second half.

HALFTIME: England 1, Netherlands 1

Harry Kane’s 18th-minute penalty canceled out Xavi Simons’ brilliant early goal, with both teams creating scoring opportunities throughout the first half.

This is the best that England have looked at Euro 2024, with Phil Foden taking a more proactive role in the Three Lions’ attack. England had 60% possession through the first 45 minutes and took seven shots to Holland’s three.

Foden with ANOTHER chance here, but can't find the back of the net 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 pic.twitter.com/puW9ocZCuK — FOX Soccer (@FOXSoccer) July 10, 2024

Joey Veerman on after Memphis Depay injury

Memphis Depay took a knock that required him to be removed from the game, coming off for Joey Veerman in the 35th minute of the first half with the score still tied 1-1.

Memphis Depay comes off the pitch with an apparent injury 🇳🇱 pic.twitter.com/DhRXKrJwm5 — FOX Soccer (@FOXSoccer) July 10, 2024

Denzel Dumfries' wild first half

After getting called for the foul that set up England's game-tying penalty, Netherlands defender Denzel Dumfries stayed in the thick of the action, making a crucial goal-line clearance and then hitting the crossbar with a header off a corner kick.

WOW England was THIS close from taking the lead 🤏🫠 pic.twitter.com/Vx9Kb3hwGK — FOX Soccer (@FOXSoccer) July 10, 2024

Goal! Harry Kane penalty makes it 1-1

After a VAR check ruled that Denzel Dumfries fouled Harry Kane while attempting a shot, Kane stepped up to the spot and converted the equalizer in the 18th minute.

England's all-time leading scorer, Kane didn't take a penalty in the quarterfinal win over Switzerland and famously missed a spot kick that would have tied the 2022 World Cup quarterfinal against France.

HARRY KANE MAKES THE PENALTY 🎯 England levels the score 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 pic.twitter.com/OnTSUA9YtG — FOX Soccer (@FOXSoccer) July 10, 2024

Goal! Xavi Simons scores early for Netherlands

The Netherlands went ahead in the seventh minute when Xavi Simons scored on a rocket from outside the penalty area after an England giveaway.

Simons, 21, plays for Paris Saint-Germain and spent last season with RB Leipzig in Germany.

MY GOODNESS XAVI SIMONS 😱🇳🇱 Netherlands takes a 1-0 lead over England 🔥 pic.twitter.com/1FW2Qr4zmv — FOX Soccer (@FOXSoccer) July 10, 2024

England vs Netherlands Euro 2024 semifinal underway

The second Euro 2024 semifinal kicked off at 9 p.m. local time in Dortmund, with England and the Netherlands facing off for a spot in Sunday’s final against Spain.

England vs Netherlands starting lineup

Defender Marc Guehi returns for England after missing the quarterfinal due to suspension and replaces Ezri Konsa.

England : Jordan Pickford; Kyle Walker, Marc Guehi, John Stones, Kieran Trippier; Declan Rice, Kobbie Mainoo, Bukayo Saka; Jude Bellingham, Phil Foden, Harry Kane (c)

Netherlands : Bart Verbruggen; Denzel Dumfries, Virgil van Dijk (c), Stefan de Vrij, Nathan Ake; Tijjani Reijnders, Jerdy Schouten, Xavi Simons; Donyell Malen, Cody Gakpo, Memphis Depay

Jude Bellingham has history with semifinal referee

German referee Felix Zwayer has been appointed to officiate the Euro 2024 semifinal between England and the Netherlands in Dortmund, and is an official with whom Jude Bellingham has previously clashed with in the same stadium.

In 2021, when Bellingham was at Borussia Dortmund, the England midfielder received a fine of 40,000 euros for comments he made regarding Zwayer following his side's 3-2 defeat by Bayern Munich.

"You can look at a lot of the decisions in the game. You give a referee, that has match-fixed before, the biggest game in Germany. What do you expect?" Bellingham said at the time.

His comments referenced a period in Zwayer's career which he would have preferred to put behind him.

In 2005, referee Robert Hoyzer was sentenced to two years and five months in prison for his role in a massive match-fixing scandal which rocked German football, and although Zwayer was one of those who reported his suspicions, he too was punished.

Zwayer was given a six-month ban by the German Football Federation (DFB) for accepting 300 euros from Hoyzer for agreeing to make incorrect decisions during a game while he was an assistant referee.

He took a short break after Bellingham's comments, but since then has refereed the 2023 Nations League final and at Euro 2024 Zwayer has taken charge of three games before the semi-final.

England's Declan Rice: ‘May the best team win’ 

Declan Rice is taking England's Euro 2024 semi-final against the Netherlands in his stride and believes they have the momentum to beat the Dutch and win their first-ever European Championship.

"It's business as usual ... I don't put too much pressure on myself, I don't think about it too much," Rice told England's Lions' Den program..

"We're here for a reason, Holland are here for a reason and may the best team win. It's a game of football, we feel like we've got a really good bit of momentum on our side," Rice added.

The statistics underline Rice's contribution for England, covering more distance in the tournament than any other player at 63.9km (39.7 miles) over five matches, with the fourth most tackles and balls recovered.

Bukayo Saka, England stayed loose with golf outing

Bukayo Saka won plaudits for striking the ball so sweetly in England's quarter-final win over Switzerland and did it again on his golf debut at the weekend even if his celebrations were spoiled by an embarrassing tumble over the golf bag.

Beginner's luck it may have been but Saka, who equalized against the Swiss and converted his penalty in the 5-3 shootout win, shone when England were treated to some golf on their day off on Sunday.

"Oh my goodness - best shot of my life," Saka said after his first effort.

He struck the ball well on his next attempt too and while enjoying generous applause he stumbled comically, prompting laughter and ridicule from teammates. The distraction could be just what England need ahead of their semi-final with Netherlands on Wednesday, when they aim to reach their second successive Euros final.

England players back manager Gareth Southgate

Gareth Southgate is exactly what England need as a leader and he has instilled a sense of togetherness in a team who have grown stronger during Euro 2024 and have never been more motivated, defender Luke Shaw said on Monday. 

"He really took us to the next level, no manager has really been as successful as him as what he's been doing recently," Shaw told a press conference.

Netherlands faced travel disruption getting to Dortmund

Netherlands coach Ronald Koeman shrugged off the travel disruption faced by his squad on Tuesday and said the team were well rested ahead of Wednesday’s European Championship semi-final against England.

The Dutch were forced to abandon their plans to travel to Dortmund by train from their base at Wolfsburg, after the service was canceled due to a blockage on the route, the Dutch Football Association said.

Instead, they flew to Dortmund, arriving at their hotel some four hours later than planned.

"It was not a problem, we had a good rest this afternoon, we were on the plane for just 30 minutes, arrived at our hotel and we can have a good rest tonight,” Koeman said in an interview with UEFA after his scheduled pre-match press conference had to be canceled because of the travel delay.

Where is the Euro 2024 final?

The final for Euro 2024 will be played at the Olympiastadion in Berlin on Sunday, July 14. The venue previously hosted the 2006 World Cup final (Italy defeated France) and 2015 UEFA Champions League final.

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