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pharmacy practice PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 10 pharmacy practice PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

Enzyme-responsive peptide hydrogels as in situ forming long-acting drug delivery implants

One of the key issues in the treatment and prevention of disease is that patients struggle to adhere to the complex dosage regimens of therapies, which often require multiple dosing at very specific times each day. Read more

PhD Studentship: Safer innovation

About us. The UCL Division of Surgery and Interventional Science (DSIS) is a collaborative and cross-disciplinary environment where clinicians, scientists, engineers, and allied health professionals are constantly striving for innovative approaches to treatment and evaluation. Read more

PhD Studentship: Safer innovation

About us. The UCL Division of Surgery and Interventional Science (DSIS) is a collaborative and cross-disciplinary environment where clinicians, scientists, engineers, and allied health professionals are constantly striving for innovative approaches to treatment and evaluation. Read more
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Developing a targeted mitochondrial proteomics pipeline for ageing and disease research

Background. Previous research by collaborators at the University of Strathclyde has successfully identified a biomarker panel of 12 dysregulated energy-linked metabolites that predict the frailty status of individuals within an ageing population. Read more
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Do cholesterol-lowering treatments bring on or make atopic eczema worse? Triangulating evidence from genes and the clinic

A defective lipid matrix in the epidermis contributes to the pathogenesis of atopic eczema. There is concern that pharmacological inhibition of cholesterol production, regulation, or absorption may lead to an increase in the incidence of atopic eczema through disruption of skin barrier function. Read more
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