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single cell PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 121 single cell 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

Microbial Induced Electrochemistry at the Local Site and Single Cell Level

Microbial Induced Corrosion (MIC) is a serious economic problem with an estimate worldwide cost of $113 Bn every year. MIC impacts a very wide range of industries, from power plants to construction, and even the health of humans with implants or protheses. Read more

Modulation of host immune response by secreted proteins from parasitic worms

Background. To establish chronic infection, parasitic worms manipulate their mammalian hosts’ immune system. This immune modulation is often mediated by excreted or secreted parasite glycoproteins (ES proteins). Read more

Investigating the genetic basis of immunological overlap between inflammatory diseases

Genetic studies have identified numerous variants within the human genome associated with susceptibility to common complex inflammatory diseases, such as rheumatoid arthritis (RA) and ulcerative colitis (UC). Read more

Develop a machine learning approach to multimodal imaging

The emergence of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) threatens to undo the advances of modern medicine, making commonplace interventions like major surgery or cancer chemotherapy effectively impossible. Read more

Targeting dormant cancer cells in myeloma

Multiple myeloma is the second most common blood cancer and remains essentially incurable. Chemotherapy is effective at reducing tumour and extends survival, but it never fully eradicates disease, so patients face inevitable relapse. Read more

PhD in stem cell modelling for neuropsychiatric disorders

This project provides a unique opportunity to explore the developmental origins of schizophrenia—a severe mental health disorder—using cutting-edge patient-derived stem cell models. Read more

Delineating the IRF6 regulatory network driving periderm formation and function

During development, the ectoderm passes through a series of cell states to produce a self-replenishing, multi-layered epidermis. Initial stratification forms a single-cell layer of flattened periderm cells which act as a barrier to prevent pathological adhesions during embryogenesis. Read more

Diagnostics for FMF patients and carrier survival in pandemics

Background. Familial Mediterranean Fever (FMF) is a rare inherited genetic disease where patients acquire a mutation on the pyrin gene leading to excessive inflammasome activation and excessive inflammation. Read more

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