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skin cancer PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 30 skin cancer PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

Understanding Hormone Regulation in Skin Cancer Development and Progression

Skin cancers, including melanoma and non-melanoma skin cancers, pose a significant global health burden. While the role of hormones in skin cancer development and progression remains an underexplored area, recent research has suggested potential links between hormonal regulation and skin cancer outcomes. Read more

Can THz sensing be used to diagnose, detect and monitor skin conditions such as skin cancer, eczema and psoriasis?

There is currently no medical device that is able to reliably detect and assess skin conditions, such as skin cancer. Evaluation of skin and skin conditions is still subjective and depends on the experience and ability of medical professionals using only the naked eye and a white light. Read more

The role of vitamin D3 in treating skin cancer and preventing drug resistance

  Research Group: Chemistry and Biosciences
During the last decade numerous studies have alluded to vitamin D. 3. playing a role in the prevention of cancer. Recent clinical trials looking at the potential role of vitamin D. Read more

Optimising robotic platforms for terahertz detection of cancer

Are you interested in applying physics to situations that could benefit medical diagnosis? Terahertz (1012 Hz, THz) pulsed imaging is a new technique with high resolution (about 20 μm) and has only emerged recently as a potential new clinical tool for medical imaging. Read more

Collagen and the tumour microenvironment

 Collagen is the most abundant protein in the human body, and has an important role in connective tissues. However, when found in the tumour microenvironment it is often linked to a poor prognosis, for example in breast and pancreatic cancer. Read more

Anticancer Phototherapeutics Based on Transition Metal Complexes

Cancer is one of the leading causes of death around the world. Although existing chemotherapy regimens are often successful in curing many common cancers, they frequently cause serious and unwanted side-effects. Read more
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Improving skin regeneration in JEB by targeting the integrin αvβ6

This is an exciting opportunity for a 4-year DEBRA funded PhD studentship within the world-renowned Blizard Institute at Barts and The London Medical School and Dentistry at Queen Mary University of London (QMUL). Read more

PhD position in plasma safety and effects on human patient samples and DNA-repair mechanisms

Short overview of PlasmACT. The PlasmACT network brings together 5 beneficiaries and 10 associated partners, located in 5 different countries (Germany, France, Netherlands, Belgium, and Luxembourg). Read more

PhD position in oxidation-driven processes in human keratinocytes analyzed by mass spectrometry

Short overview of PlasmACT. The PlasmACT network brings together 5 beneficiaries and 10 associated partners, located in 5 different countries (Germany, France, Netherlands, Belgium, and Luxembourg). Read more

PhD position in th characterization of a plasma jet for the application in plasma medicine

Short overview of PlasmACT. The PlasmACT network brings together 5 beneficiaries and 10 associated partners, located in 5 different countries (Germany, France, Netherlands, Belgium, and Luxembourg). Read more

PhD position in designing and engineering of a plasma jet for plasma medicine

Short overview of PlasmACT. The PlasmACT network brings together 5 beneficiaries and 10 associated partners, located in 5 different countries (Germany, France, Netherlands, Belgium, and Luxembourg). Read more

PhD position in the diagnostics of the plasma in interaction with targets relevant for medicine

Short overview of PlasmACT. The PlasmACT network brings together 5 beneficiaries and 10 associated partners, located in 5 different countries (Germany, France, Netherlands, Belgium, and Luxembourg). Read more

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