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Mathematics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in Oxford

We have 26 Mathematics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in Oxford

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The landscape of de novo mutations in humans

The chromosomes we inherit from our parents are not exact copies but mosaics of their chromosomes. These mosaics are created during the formation of eggs and sperm when cells cut chromosomes up and re-attach them, sometimes in new combinations (recombination). Read more

The developmental basis of phenotypic diversity

The question this project will aim to understand is how have developmental processes evolved to give rise to the amazing diversity of animal phenotypes that we observe in nature. Read more

Disease transmission and management scenarios in Afroalpine carnivores

Canid diseases are a particular and growing concern for the conservation of many wildlife populations, as free-ranging domestic dogs act increasingly as vectors of rabies and canine distemper viruses. Read more

Evolutionary modelling to design optimal genetic control methods for crop diseases

Pests and disease account for losses of 30% of plant crops worldwide. Losses would be greater still without existing control methods, which focus on resistant varieties and chemical pesticides. Read more

A spatial-transcriptomics based investigation of a gut origin for Ankylosing Spondylitis

Ankylosing spondylitis (AS) is a common and highly heritable form of inflammatory arthritis. Inflammation in AS, which characteristically affects the sacroiliac joints and spine, is known to involve the IL-23/IL-17 immune pathway1, but the cellular and molecular origins of the disease remain mysterious. Read more

Granulopoiesis: chromatin topology and associated functions

Granulopoiesis, the generation of new neutrophilic granulocytes, is crucial to health. During healthy neutrophil development its nucleus goes through dramatic morphological changes, from a simple round nucleus to a multi-segmented, lobulated nucleus. Read more
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New technologies for inferring brain activity in real world settings

This project will develop new technologies for inferring brain activity in real world settings. These technologies could be used, for example, to detect changes in brain activity during sleep, that could predict development of neurodegenerative disease. Read more
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New software tools for assessing brain health

This project will deliver new software tools for assessing brain health. This requires innovative methods for accurate and quantitative assessment of brain scans from an individual patient. Read more

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