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high throughput PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 90 high throughput PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

A high throughput system for measuring the mechanical properties of human cardiac tissues

Interested in a rewarding career in bioengineering? Get sponsored to do life-changing research in New Zealand. The mechanical properties of cardiac tissues are often quantified in experiments that manipulate muscle length and measure response parameters such as strain, stress, and stiffness. Read more

Three-Dimensional Microfluidics for High Throughput Reactions and Bioassays

High-throughput reactions and bioassays allow cost-effective testing of large libraries of bio/chemical molecules for drug discovery, disease diagnosis, and industrial biotechnology. Read more

Automated High Throughput Machine Learning-guided Condition Optimisation for Biocatalysis (Ref: CG-AC-2404)

To achieve net zero in chemicals synthesis and production, low energy approaches are critical. Here, biocatalysis provides not just a low-energy solution, but one which can also be highly selective, important in the production of high purity chiral materials such as pharmaceuticals. Read more

Designing and manufacturing a high throughput solution blow spinning setup for energy harvesting applications

Polyvinylidene fluoride (PVDF) based piezoelectric materials (PEMs) have found extensive applications in energy harvesting which are being extended consistently to diverse fields requiring strenuous service conditions. Read more

Vascularisation of tumour organoids for mechanistic and drug development

Gliomas such as are the most common form of brain tumour, a subset Glioblastoma (GBM) are devastating adult brain cancer with high rates of recurrence and treatment resistance. Read more

Towards robotic 2D-IR spectroscopy for biomolecular fingerprinting of cancer

  Research Group: Healthcare Engineering
Ultrafast 2D-IR spectroscopy is a new variant of Infrared spectroscopy which offers a unique analytical method for characterizing complex biomolecular samples. Read more

Reaction Monitoring and Structural Characterisation of Coordination Driven Self-Assembled Systems by Ion Mobility-Mass Spectrometry

Can you envisage a world where building a new catalyst or an artificial enzyme is like following an architectural plan for building a house? This is difficult as we don't even fully understand the construction materials! We research the properties of molecular building-blocks and their "constructed" aggregates, towards drawing up these type of blueprints. Read more

The impact of nutritional scavenging on host-pathogen interactions, antifungal efficacy and emergence of antifungal resistance

Infections caused by Aspergillus fumigatus (Af) cause more deaths globally than any other fungal disease. Over 20 million are affected annually with four million having life threatening invasive and chronic infections with high morbidity and mortality up to 90%. Read more

Application and development of bioinformatics and network theory methods in cardiovascular disease research and pharmacovigilance

To be able to discover novel drug targets we aim to develop software based on network theoretic approaches that are capable to identify mediators and pathways involved in the pathomechanism of various cardiovascular diseases by the analysis of datasets assessed with high throughput molecular biological techniques (e.g. Read more

Computational and machine learning driven development of new polysialyltransferase (ST8SiaII) inhibitors against metastatic cancer

  Research Group: Institute of Cancer Therapeutics
Polysialic acid (polySia) is a carbohydrate polymer important for embryonic development. PolySia is absent in healthy adult tissues whereas overexpressed in several tumours. Read more

Direct analysis ion mobility mass spectrometry for rapid profiling of edible fats and oils to combat food adulteration

Background. Food safety and authenticity are generally taken for granted, yet food adulteration is one of the most significant challenges faced in the UK, with the total impact of food crime on the UK estimated to be between £409 million and £1.96 billion per year [Food Standards Agency, 2023]. Read more

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