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Queen Mary University of London Biomedical Engineering PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

We have 5 Queen Mary University of London Biomedical Engineering PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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Queen Mary University of London

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We have 5 Queen Mary University of London Biomedical Engineering PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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The London Interdisciplinary Biosciences Consortium (LIDo)

The London Interdisciplinary Biosciences Consortium (LIDo) is an immensely successful and established collaborative partnership offering world-class interdisciplinary research. Read more

Engineered Recombinant Strategies to Organo-Hydrogel Design with Applications from Plant-Based Foods to Tissue Engineering

To apply for this project please visit the LIDo website: . https://www.lido-dtp.ac.uk/apply. A studentship in the design of a new generation of organo-hydrogels, based on microdroplets stabilised by protein nanosheets is available in the group of Prof J. 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

Iontophoresis to deliver corticosteroids across buccal mucosal using hydrogel as delivery systems

Topical delivery of drugs to treat oral mucosal disease is often challenging. This is due to, for example, the saliva washing therapeutic agents away into the gastrointestinal system, the movement of oral structures during mastication and the presence of keratinized oral mucosal surfaces. Read more
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