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clinical pathology PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 20 clinical pathology PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

Language Models for Enhancing Healthcare and Clinical Decision Support Systems

The aim of this Ph.D. project is to leverage Large Language Models (LLMs), such as ChatGPT or variations, to enhance clinical decision support systems in the medical domain. Read more

Engineering AI and deep learning approaches for digital pathology and bioimaging

An exciting opportunity to join a dynamic and multidisciplinary group at the School of Cancer and Pharmaceutical Sciences. You will develop new computational pathology approaches to improve cancer patient treatment and diagnosis. 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

Gene therapy for neuromuscular diseases

We are accepting candidatures for PhD students enthusiastic about finding cures for neuromuscular diseases or willing to explore and learn gene therapy technologies using models of neuromuscular diseases. Read more

Wearable Healthcare Sensor for Continuous Monitoring of Critical Biomarkers and Therapeutic Drugs

Supervisory Team.   Prof. Xize Niu, Prof. Pete Worsley, Prof. Michael Ardern-Jones. Project description. Wearable sensors measure various physical, chemical, and biological information in real-time and continuously and in a non-invasive or minimally invasive manner. Read more

Role of mechanical signals in a 3D human model of alveolar differentiation

Alveolar epithelial type I (AT1) and type II (AT2) cells are essential for normal lung function following birth. Abnormal differentiation of AT1 and AT2 cells during development results in pulmonary pathology with associated neonatal mortality and long-term morbidity. Read more

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