FREE PhD study and funding virtual fair REGISTER NOW FREE PhD study and funding virtual fair REGISTER NOW

healing PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 39 healing PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

Discipline

Discipline

All disciplines

Location

Location

All locations

Institution

Institution

All Institutions

PhD Type

PhD Type

All PhD Types

Funding

Funding

All Funding


We have 39 healing PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

PhD saved successfully

Epigenetic regulation of skin wound healing

  Research Group: Chemistry and Biosciences
Skin in the largest organ in the human body consisting of epidermis, dermis and subcutis. It also contains epithelial appendages, including hair follicles and sweat glands. Read more

Molecular modelling of bio-based self-healing polymers

A fully-funded PhD position in molecular simulation in the team of Prof. Tiffany Walsh is available at Deakin University based at the Institute for Frontier Materials, Geelong, Australia, starting as soon as possible. Read more

Application of animal corneal cells for skin regeneration, tissue engineering and wound healing enhancement

  Research Group: Centre for Skin Sciences
Engineering of biological skin substitutes has progressed over the years from individual applications of skin cells, or biopolymer scaffolds, to combinations of cells and scaffolds for treatment, healing, and closure of acute and chronic skin wounds. Read more

Design and fabrication of a smart biomaterial device with artificial niches for aiding corneal healing

Corneal disease affects millions of people worldwide with higher prevalence in developing countries. Corneal transplantation and the use of membranes as cell carriers (amniotic membrane, AM) have been relatively successful. Read more

Investigation of the role of molecular regulators during skin development and wound healing

Skin morphogenesis occurs under stringent control of epithelial-mesenchymal interactions and result in a formation of the epidermis and a number of different skin appendages (including, the hair follicle, HF). Read more

Use of Fungi as a Means of Producing Concrete-Like Construction Materials

Concrete is one of the World’s most ubiquitous materials. It has achieved this through its versatility, durability and low cost. However, the manufacture of a key ingredient - Portland cement – contributes 4% of anthropogenic CO2 emissions. Read more

Development of micro-incubator OCT/ OCE bioreactor system to engineer a robust musculoskeletal tissue model

Achieving adequate musculoskeletal tissue healing is one of the most challenging factors in the repair of orthopaedic tissues. The problem of hard-to-soft tissue fixation is the major cause of failure of replacement grafts and leads to further musculoskeletal degeneration e.g. Read more

Robotic and Cyber-Physical Materials

Robotic or Cyber-Physical materials use embedded sensing, actuation and control to realise novel and improved performance over conventional or passive materials [1]. Read more

The role of the microbiome in diabetic foot ulcers

  Research Group: Molecular Mechanisms and Long Term Conditions
Reference. SHLS20069. Background. Recently the composition of the bacterial species that reside in specific areas – the microbiome has been implicated in many long term health conditions. Read more

Filtering Results