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cancer biomarkers PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 38 cancer biomarkers PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

Using single cell transcriptomic and blood proteomic data to understand how pancreatic cancer causes diabetes and to find ways to detect the cancer earlier

Pancreatic cancer is the deadliest of the common cancers. Five-year survival remains low at 12%. Sadly for 80% of patients, by the time their cancer is diagnosed it has spread to distant organs making them ineligible for potentially curative surgery. Read more

Discovery of cancer antigens that are epigenetically-regulated as biomarkers and vaccine candidates

We are seeking a graduate who is passionate about contributing to cancer research and who has a background in immunology or epigenetics and a degree at least at the upper second-class honours level. Read more

Developing novel therapeutic strategies to better treat Triple Negative Breast Cancer

One in two people will develop cancer in their lifetime and it is a leading cause of death.  While significant progress has been made in the treatment of some cancers, there still remain some forms of the disease with limited treatment options and poor outcome. . Read more

EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Chemical Biology – Empowering UK BioTech Innovation

Applications to specific research projects are advertised on a rolling basis until the positions have been filled. Candidates will be interviewed by the project supervisors and the CDT directors. Read more

Personalising cancer treatment with tumour evolution modelling using AI-based genomics biomarkers and PK/PD

Tumour heterogeneity is a major problem limiting the efficacy of targeted oncological therapies. Most advanced tumours eventually become resistant to the treatments, ultimately making the patient succumb to metastatic disease. Read more

Cancer cell diagnostics using biomechanics and artificial intelligence - (ENG 1759)

This exciting opportunity is based within the Optics and Photonics Research Group at the Faculty of Engineering (FoE), University of Nottingham which conducts cutting-edge research into the development of technology for biomedical applications. Read more

Self-Funded PhD Opportunities available at the Cancer, Infection and Therapeutics research group

Are you passionate about Cancer research and infectious diseases and eager to advance your research career? London South Bank University is pleased to offer self-funded PhD opportunities in molecular mechanisms and targeted therapy in cancer, and infectious diseases (wet lab and computational methods) for motivated and talented qualified individuals. Read more

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