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  The role of eosinophils in skin inflammation and carcinogenesis
  Dr J Strid
Application Deadline: 1 April 2019
We invite applications for a British Skin Foundation-funded PhD studentship to investigate the role of eosinophils in skin inflammation and cancer development in the laboratory of Dr Jessica Strid ([email protected]).
  Quantitative structure/skin-permeation relationships (QSPeRs); an investigation of the relevance of parameters determined with biomembrane-mimicking systems for the predictability of drug partitioning into skin
  Research Group: Medicines Development and Pharmaceutical Sciences
  Dr X Liu, Prof D J Tobin
Applications accepted all year round
The transdermal route has many advantages over other routes for the delivery of drugs with systemic activity. These include the ease of use (and withdrawal in the occurrence of side-effects), avoidance of first-pass metabolism, and improved patient compliance.
  Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry and A*STAR PhD Studentship: Interactions between skin microbes and keratinocytes in individuals of Bangladeshi and Singapore-Chinese ethnicity with severe atopic eczema
  Prof E O'Toole
Application Deadline: 31 March 2019
Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry at Queen Mary University of London and A*STAR PhD Studentship. Interactions between skin microbes and keratinocytes in individuals of Bangladeshi and Singapore-Chinese ethnicity with severe atopic eczema.
  A 3D in vitro model of wound healing incorporating skin, nerves and immune cells
  Dr A M Rajnicek, Dr H M Wilson
Application Deadline: 29 March 2019
Diabetes, paralysis, being bed ridden and other conditions can result in chronic wounds that fail to heal, with significant personal consequences for patients and an annual cost of £4.5-5.1 billion annually (Guest et al., 2015) to the National Health Service.
  Investigation of the role of molecular regulators during skin development and wound healing
  Dr M Ahmed
Applications accepted all year round
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).
  Role of cutaneous circadian clocks in gating skin repair
  Dr Q-J Meng, Dr M Sherratt
Application Deadline: 31 March 2019
Biological clocks play a key role by temporally controlling the function of whole organisms (including humans) and individual tissues and cells to be aligned with the rhythmic environment.
  Pressure-Related Skin Injury: Environmental Factors and Design Solutions
  Dr A Lloyd
Applications accepted all year round
The Environmental Ergonomics Research Centre is interested in how a mechanistic understanding of Environmental Physiology and Medicine can be used to improve human performance and health through translational research.
  Transdermal and Topical Drug Delivery: developing novel formulations to increase drug delivery into and through skin
  Prof A Williams
Applications accepted all year round
Human skin is a remarkable self-repairing barrier that controls the ingress of environmental contaminants and regulates water loss from the body.
  Sunlight exposure and cutaneous production of vitamin D in Black African/Afro-Caribbean adults
  Dr M Farrar, Prof L Rhodes, Prof A Webb
Applications accepted all year round
Our main source of vitamin D is through skin exposure to ultraviolet radiation (UVR) in sunlight. Vitamin D is essential for healthy bones and is associated with reduced incidence of several cancers and immune-mediated disorders.
  PhD studentship opportunity in In-silico analysis of tissue specificity of dermal exposure, deposition and absorption kinetics
  Dr T Chen, Prof G Lian
Applications accepted all year round
Human skin is a complex organ of human body with multilayer tissues and multiple components such as sweat ducts and glands, sebaceous glands and hair follicles.
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