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Queen Mary University of London Biological & Medical Sciences PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

We have 19 Queen Mary University of London Biological & Medical Sciences PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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We have 19 Queen Mary University of London Biological & Medical Sciences PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

A Molecular Biomarker Study for Primary Sjogren's Syndrome

Background. Primary Sjögren’s syndrome (pSS) with a female preponderance is a systemic autoimmune disorder with secretory gland dysfunction characterised by dryness of the main mucosal surfaces including the mouth, eyes, nose and vagina1. Read more

Developing and testing models of human tooth shape using dental radiographs

Background. Human teeth vary in shape. The dimensions and shape of teeth from dental radiographs has not been studied in detail. Knowledge of the variation in crown and root dimensions of the mature tooth helps to define abnormal teeth as well as abnormal tooth eruption. Read more

Developing an intervention to increase the receipt of oral cancer screening amongst adults with severe mental illness (SMI)

Background. There are stark health inequalities between people with severe mental illness (SMI) and the general population.1 SMI is a mental illness (such as schizophrenia, bipolar disorder or other related psychotic disorders) that results in substantial functional impairment. Read more

Youth mental health and youth resilience

Queen Mary University of London's Youth Resilience Research Unit invites applications for a fully-funded PhD Studentship aiming to start in Autumn 2021 to undertake research in the area(s) of youth resilience and/or youth mental health. Read more

Microbial and biogeochemical processes through the ocean-sediment continuum

  Research Group: Earth Surface Science
The interface between the ocean and subseafloor sediments is a critical boundary that influences life in the deep biosphere, the transport and transformation of organic carbon and nutrients, and the global carbon cycle. Read more

Microbial activity on glaciers and ice sheets: an integrated modelling and empirical approach.

  Research Group: Earth Surface Science
Glaciers and ice sheets are important microbe-dominated ecosystems, that are undergoing rapid changes due to climate change. Supraglacial (glacier surface) ecosystems contain organisms from all three domains of life, which drive carbon and nutrient cycling, and cause ice darkening, thus enhancing ice mass loss. Read more

Improving oral and general health outcomes through integrated care

Substantial evidence exists linking oral health to systemic health. There are common risk factors between chronic disease and oral disease and shared approach towards tackling these risk factors is advised. Read more

Reversing multidrug chemoresistance in head and neck cancer

Multidrug resistance renders chemotherapeutic treatment failure in large proportion of head and neck squamous cell carcinoma (HNSCC) patients requiring multimodal therapy involving chemotherapy in conjunction with surgery and/or radiotherapy. Read more

A novel approach to developing rechargeable fluoride containing polymeric dental materials

Fluoride has the potential to inhibit caries by promoting remineralisation of carious lesions and acid eroded enamel. The presence of fluoride in the mouth in a sustained low level is considered to be the most effective method in dental prophylaxis and fighting caries. Read more

Aetiology of burning mouth in Sjögren’s syndrome patients

Burning mouth (BM) is a chronic condition that can interfere with quality of life, seen commonly in otherwise health patients but also in patients with systemic conditions that causes dry mouth such as in Sjögren’s syndrome (SS) patients. Read more

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