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AI-enabled Patient and Service Monitoring for Resilient Critical Care

The project. Autonomous systems are an increasing part of the infrastructure of daily life. As the range and importance of such systems increases as the underlying technology rapidly develops, the UKRI has funded a range of. Read more

Relational continuity of care

Understanding relational continuity of care. There is no funding for this project. It is for self-funded students. Background. Relational continuity of care is ongoing affiliation between clinician and a patient across many illness episodes. Read more

New doctoral training programme for primary care clinicians

This Primary Care Clinicians PhD programme will contribute to building a sustainable, multi-professional clinical academic workforce. Read more

Characterizing endothelial endotype in sepsis and post-surgical inflammation (Ref FHMS - FF - 28 BIO)

Systemic inflammation whether caused by infection (Sepsis) or trauma is one of the leading causes of mortality worldwide. Besides antibiotics, no causal treatment exists, and large portion of patients do not react to the standard care. Read more

Precision Medicine DTP - Using liquid biopsy to understand organ injury in critical illness

  Research Group: MRC Human Genetics Unit
Additional Supervisor. Carsten Daub [Karolinska Institutet]. Background. ‘Liquid biopsy’, which includes the analysis of cell-free nucleic acids (cfNA), has been pioneered as a noninvasive method for diagnostics and precision medicine (Lo et al., 2021). Read more

Lancaster University Faculty of Health & Medicine, Division of Health Research

100% of our research environment is judged to be world-leading (4*) in REF2021. The Division of Health Research (DHR) has an active research community comprising over 100 staff from a range of academic and applied backgrounds. Read more

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