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  Modelling syndemics: hepatitis C virus (HCV) and drug related mortality among people who inject drugs
  Prof M Hickman, Dr H Fraser
Application Deadline: 25 November 2019

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The prospective PhD student will be based within Population Health Sciences (PHS) in Bristol Medical School at the University of Bristol and linked to the Department of Mathematical Sciences at the University of Bath.
  Application of Data-Driven Technologies to Aid Pneumonia Diagnosis in Resource-Constrained Settings
  Dr A Shah, Prof S Cunningham
Applications accepted all year round

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Background. Pneumonia is the leading cause of death among children younger than 5 year worldwide. The majority of these deaths occur in resource-constrained settings.
  Exploring health and health inequality impact of urban green and blue spaces using Data Science Techniques
  Dr G Morison, Prof S Chastin
Applications accepted all year round

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SCEBE-19-013. 66% of the world now live in urban settings. Urbanisation is forecasted to keep growing putting ever increasing stress on resources and human well-being.
  Big data analytics and visualization for personalized Type 2 Diabetes treatment and management support
  Dr N Philip
Applications accepted all year round

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Type II (T2DM) is a chronic, multifactorial disease resulting in severe complications that lead to increased morbidity and even death.
  Modelling the impact of interventions in atrial fibrillation, the commonest cardiac rhythm disorder and a global healthcare problem
  Dr G Czanner, Dr I Olier, Prof P Lisboa, Prof G Lip
Applications accepted all year round

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Project description. It is known that the risk of developing CVD is increasing in the UK along with the rest of the World. It is believed that the culprits are lifestyle and environmental factors.
  Statistical and machine learning methods for risk prediction of cardiovascular diseases from complex longitudinal data
  Dr G Czanner, Dr I Olier, Prof P Lisboa, Prof G Lip
Applications accepted all year round

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Project description. Risk prediction models are used in clinical decision making and are used to help patients make an informed choice about their treatment.
  ONE Planet DTP - Will fish cope with climate change? A conjunctive use approach for regulating stream temperature to maximise natural habitat survival rate during heatwaves.
  Dr C Walsh
Application Deadline: 31 January 2020

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Heatwaves are becoming more frequent in areas where they are least expected. Recently, a major heatwave in South East England resulted in the death of nearly 6000 fish.
  Bioinformatics studies of protein structures, functions and their interactions
  Dr L J McGuffin
Applications accepted all year round

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The computational study of protein structures, functions and their interactions is fundamental to our understanding of disease.
  Developmental dynamics for Network-on-Chip systems
  Research Group: Intelligent Systems and Nanoscience
  Dr G Tempesti
Applications accepted all year round

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The Network-on-Chip (NoC) paradigm, a subject of intense research in both the academic and the industrial worlds, is based on the parallel execution of program threads on many relatively simple processing elements.
  Sudden Coronary Artery Dissection Modelling for Medial Image detection and classification markers
  Dr S Beier
Applications accepted all year round

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Sudden Coronary Artery Dissection or SACD often causes sudden death in young females below 44 years. This non-atherosclerotic condition is caused through the split of the internal arterial wall, which narrows the effective arterial cross-section and prevents sufficient blood supply causing heart attacks.
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