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Medicine PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students

We have 964 Medicine PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students

Dietary modulation of amino acids to improve chemotherapy response in breast cancer

This is a unique opportunity for PhD study in the world-leading Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute (CRUK CI), to start a research career in an environment committed to training outstanding cancer research scientists of the future. Read more

On-therapy monitoring of oesophageal cancer and recurrence detection: the Blood-based Liquid Sequencing Study (BLISS)

Oesophageal cancer is undergoing a therapeutic revolution, with first-generation immunotherapy trial results reading out in the next 12 months, and second-generation bispecific agents beginning evaluation alongside new targeted agents for Claudin 18.2, Her2, and FGFR. Read more

PhD Studentship: Characterising and validating turn strategies in the real-world in people with Parkinson’s disease.

Award summary. 100% of Home tuition fees paid and annual living expenses of £14,553 (full award). International applicants are welcome to apply but successful international candidates will be required to make up the difference between the home fees and international fees. . Read more

Artificial Empathy

Empathic healthcare improves patient quality of life and satisfaction with their care while reducing their pain.1,2 Higher levels of practitioner empathy… Read more

Plasma proteomic associations with human cardiovascular disease

A powerful strategy for drug discovery and development is the analysis of genomic data from large human populations to prioritise potential therapeutic targets, predict on- and off-target effects of pharmacological inhibition, and to improve patient stratification for therapeutic responsiveness in clinical trials. Read more

Molecular mechanisms of pacemaker (sinus node) dysfunction in ageing, heart failure and athletes

  Research Group: Chemistry and Biosciences
The heart’s pacemaker, the sinus node, initiates the action potential that causes the heart to beat, and the atrioventricular node conducts the action potential from the atria to the ventricles, the pumping chambers of the heart. Read more

Characterisation of adrenoceptor and muscarinic receptor subtypes coupled to potassium channels in chondrocytes from bovine cartilage

  Research Group: Chemistry and Biosciences
Several outward potassium currents have been identified in bovine chondrocytes (review Mobasheri et al. 2012). These include ATP-sensitive and a Calcium-activated potassium currents (Sanches & Lopez-Zapata, 2011). Read more
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The role of non-productive RNA splicing in gene expression

RNA splicing is an important step in pre-mRNA processing, where introns are removed from the transcribed pre-mRNA and the remaining exons form mature mRNA. Read more

The impact of diet on fertility: A Nutritional Geometry approach

Despite the essential role food plays in our lives, we have little understanding of how different nutrients work together to impact health and well-being, or the reasons animals, including humans, choose certain combinations of food. Read more

Unravelling the Potential Role of Serotonin Signalling in Acute Leukaemia

Serotonin, predominantly known for its neurological functions, has recently been identified to be implicated in cancer biology. Our lab has recently discovered a novel molecule, GALOM1, that specifically inhibits acute T cell and myeloid leukaemia cells without affecting other cancer and non-cancer cell lines. Read more

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