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diabetes PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 86 diabetes 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

The INDICO-II Study – Effects of Body Composition and Dietary Improvement on Cell Membrane Dynamics and their Relationship with the Aetiology of Type II Diabetes

The InDiCo Study (Inflammation, Diets, body Composition) is a pre-clinical study conducted at the University of Worcester. The InDiCo Study is currently unravelling links between diets that favour a pro-inflammatory environment with biomarkers of cell function and body composition. Read more

Trusted AI for Diabetes personalised self-management systems

Diabetes mellitus is a common cause of morbidity and mortality across the globe. Type 2 diabetes continues to rise in prevalence annually; from 1980 to 2004, Type 2 quadrupled in both prevalence and incidence [1]. This will be exacerbated further by the increase in obesity. Read more

NIHR Leeds BRC: Force sensing mechanisms of haemostasis in heart failure and diabetes

Since the original identification of the role of PIEZO1 in vascular integrity and endothelial cell biology by our group in Leeds in 2014, there have been many publications on the role of PIEZO1 in endothelial function and its role in processes such as atherosclerosis, hypertension, cell-cell junctions, vascular permeability and leukocyte diapedesis. Read more

Learning and Memory in the response to recurrent hypoglycaemia in diabetes

Recurrent hypoglycaemia has both acute and chronic consequences and is greatly feared by people with type 1 diabetes. Work from our laboratory over the last few years has revealed that the brain adaptation to recurrent hypoglycaemia in type 1 diabetes represents a specialised form of memory called habituation. Read more

Plantar tissue and activity in diabetes

Over recent years, the Centre for Human Movement and Rehabilitation (CHMR) has received extensive investment allowing us to develop world-class research facilities for PhD study. Read more

Lessening Health Inequalities in Type 2 Diabetes Through Innovative Drug Repurposing

Most older type 2 diabetes (T2D) drugs were developed through pre-clinical studies and then trials that model T2D as it is experienced by older white people (1). Read more

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