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genetic epidemiology PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 13 genetic epidemiology PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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We have 13 genetic epidemiology PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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Predicting efficacy and safety of drugs using genetic and population data

A major factor influencing the cost of drugs is the high rate of failure during clinical trials due to inefficacy (failure to have the desired effect) or safety issues (adverse effects). Read more

Dynamic cell and tissue responses to damage: understanding tissue repair and inflammation

Our lab is interested in the fundamental mechanisms used by cells and tissues to recover from damage. The ability to rapidly repair after injury is a key feature of many tissues, including the skin. Read more

Testing effect of environmental exposures on subsequent human generations

We are seeking a PhD candidate to join our research team in this exciting project funded by the Australian Research Council. The research group has conducted work within genetic epidemiology, focusing on pregnancy related exposures and outcomes. Read more

MScR: Dynamic cell and tissue responses to damage: understanding tissue repair and inflammation

Our lab is interested in the fundamental mechanisms used by cells and tissues to recover from damage. The ability to rapidly repair after injury is a key feature of many tissues, including the skin. Read more

School of Medicine, Dentistry & Biomedical Sciences PhD Studentships - apply now

The School of Medicine, Dentistry and Biomedical Sciences at Queen's University Belfast trains numerous PhD students in the areas of Cancer Research, Experimental Medicine and Public Health. Read more

Understanding barriers and facilitators of dietary and lifestyle interventions to reduce side effects of treatment and improve outcomes in South Asian men with prostate cancer

Prostate Cancer (PCa) is a leading cause of male mortality, with 336,000 deaths worldwide each year (1). Although most PCa cases are indolent, slow-growing, and tend not to progress, a subset of cases are aggressive and progress to metastases, treatment resistance and death. Read more

Exploring changes in well-being across key life transitions

We conduct research on the causes and consequences of positive well-being across the life course. Positive well-being includes feelings of happiness, satisfaction with one’s life, and having meaning and purpose. Read more
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