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translational medicine PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 89 translational medicine PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

Targeting the sweet tooth to curb population-wide sugar intake

Excess intake of dietary sugars are a major contributor to obesity, and type 2 diabetes and 82% of people state that taste is the major determinant of what they buy and eat. Read more

Influence tomorrow's health technology and medicine: Apply now for a PhD in Vienna!

The Medical University of Vienna organises a PhD call twice a year and offers many fully funded PhD studentships in its next PhD call with flexible starting dates in summer 2024. Read more

PhD in Sport and Health Sciences

The University of Brighton’s research responds directly to the most pressing global challenges, with impact at the heart of our ambitions and success. Read more

Novel mechanisms of skeletogenesis

Affiliation. Masaryk University, Faculty of Medicine. Study program. PhD program Biomedical Sciences. Specialization. Biochemistry and Molecular Biology . Read more

Investigating the link between chronic kidney disease and cardiovascular disease.

Research interests/description of main research theme.  Patients with chronic kidney disease are 40% more likely to develop cardiovascular disease, however, mechanisms driving the cardiovascular pathogenesis are unclear. Read more

PhD in Applied Sciences

The University of Brighton’s research responds directly to the most pressing global challenges, with impact at the heart of our ambitions and success. Read more
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The oesophageal microbiome in health and disease (PALLEN_Q24MMB)

Primary supervisor - Prof Mark Pallen. Secondary supervisor - Prof Mark Webber. The human oesophagus is home to a complex but poorly understood resident microbial community, the oesophageal microbiome. Read more

Investigating the mechanisms for cardiac fibrosis development and reversal

Research interests/description of main research theme. Fibrosis is a hard to treat condition of major socioeconomic importance, with ~45% of all deaths in the developed world being attributed to some type of chronic fibro-proliferative disease and is exemplified by heart disease. Read more
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The oesophageal microbiome in health and disease (PALLEN_Q24MMB )

The human oesophagus is home to a complex but poorly understood resident microbial community, the oesophageal microbiome. By analogy with other sites in the gut, this community is predicted to play key roles in health and disease, including influencing progression to oesophageal cancer. Read more

Therapeutic resolution of pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH) by natural products

  Research Group: Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics
Pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH) is a devastating cardiovascular disorder which, if left untreated, leads to heart failure and death. Read more

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