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Digital twin for personalised uterine pregnancy model

Pregnancy is a challenging process to model and replicate due to the complex physiological changes and adaptations. Much is yet to be learnt about pregnancy and why it could go wrong sometimes and lead to conditions such as pre-term birth, which could cause life-long adverse conditions for the baby. Read more

X-ray Imaging and Property Characterisation of Porous Materials

Supervisory Team:  Mark Mavrogordato, Andrew Hamilton. Project description. Porous materials are widely used to perform a range of functions such as lightweight load bearing, impact protection, energy absorption and thermal or acoustic insulation. Read more

Process Development for Size and Shape Manipulation of Elongated Crystals

What is the PhD Project About?. This project will address one of the key challenges in crystallization process development. Crystallization is a separation and purification technique that is widely employed in pharmaceutical, agrochemical, and fine chemical industries. Read more

A Scaled Framework for Impact and Blast Induced Traumatic Brain Injury Risk Assessment

Despite recent efforts to understand impact and blast induced traumatic brain injury (TBI), there are still no widely accepted injury criteria for humans which highly restrict using of numerical methods. Read more

Developing nanotreatments for diabetes

We are a clinical and experimental lab at the MRC London Institute of Medical Sciences & Imperial College London. Our research investigates new mechanisms and treatments for human obesity and diabetes using high-throughput molecular screening in patients and targeted hypothesis testing in experimental systems. Read more

Optical sensing of formaldehyde in indoor environments PhD

Use your skills to improve everyday human health. We spend a large proportion of our time indoors – at work, at home and while travelling, yet pay little attention to the quality of the air we breathe. Read more

Optimising outcomes for children with unilateral hearing loss

For children with unilateral hearing loss (UHL), hearing aid fitting for the poor ear is a common management strategy and there is some evidence that this is beneficial for sound localisation and quality of life. Read more

Drug releasing silk foam - Biocompatibility and drug release characterisation of silk foams and aerogels for ENT applications

As part of the Hearing Therapeutics research team at the Ear Science Institute Australia (ESIA), this project aims to develop new silk biomaterials to treat chronic middle ear disease and other ENT (Ear, Nose and Throat) medical conditions. Read more

Developing low-cost diagnostic tests for use at the point of care

Electrochemical biosensors have great potential for development into low-cost and distributed diagnostic testing technologies. The eventual roll out of such technologies has the potential to revolutionise how health care is delivered. Read more

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