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We have 18 University of Oxford, Kennedy Institute of Rheumatology PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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NCKIR11: Promoting lung regeneration

Chronic respiratory diseases are a leading cause of morbidity and mortality worldwide, affecting over 7% of the global population.1 A treatment that promotes regeneration lung damage would revolutionise the management of patients. Read more

KIRC4: Deciphering host microbe interactions in inflammatory bowel disease

CLINICAL OPTION. Inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD) are chronic and debilitating conditions affecting over 5M people worldwide. They arise due a breakdown in the dialogue between the immune system and the intestinal microbiome, leading to aberrant inflammation. Read more

KIRC1: Metabolism in inflamed immune microenvironment

CLINICAL OPTION. Immune responses differ drastically depending on where they occur. Tissue microenvironments help control immunity by providing signalling cues, cellular interactions, and importantly, determining the supply of nutrients and metabolites. Read more

NCKIR10: Metabolism in inflamed immune microenvironments

NON-CLINICAL OPTION. Immune responses differ drastically depending on where they occur. Tissue microenvironments help control immunity by providing signalling cues, cellular interactions, and importantly, determining the supply of nutrients and metabolites. Read more

NCKIR9: Exploit the impact of disease-causing HLA variants on cellular phenotypes

The 4 Mb major histocompatibility (MHC) region on chromosome region 6p21.3, which contains the human leukocyte antigen (HLA) complex, plays a vital role in our immune system and is of great importance to many areas of medicine, from organ transplantation and disease diagnosis to cancer immunotherapy. Read more

NCKIR8: Spatiotemporal regulation of adaptive immune responses; defining the molecular and cellular basis for immunity against infectious diseases

The adaptive immune system provides protection against a wide range of pathogenic microbes. In its most basic level, this system is effective because it developed the capacity to evolve through spontaneous gene mutations, leading to the generation of an enormous repertoire of B and T cells. Read more

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