Imperial College London Featured PhD Programmes
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Predicting disease risk in African populations

Wellcome Trust Studentship. Project. It is becoming increasingly feasible to use a person’s DNA sequence to predict their risk of developing diseases such as diabetes and heart disease. Read more

Physical health status and its impact on surgery outcomes - Risk assessment in peri-operative care using a machine learning approach

The quality of life for patients with serious and life-threatening conditions can be transformed with surgery. However, surgery itself is associated with a significant risk of morbidity and mortality because surgical procedures place high stress onto organ systems. Read more

Unravelling the genetic basis of normal and abnormal retinal development

Wellcome Trust Studentship. Project. Humans achieve high spatial visual acuity due to the fovea. Developmental arrest of this area, foveal hypoplasia, often this arises due to variants in genes expressed early in retina. Read more

EASTBIO - Machine learning for improved management practices in recirculation aquaculture systems.

Are you a quantitative scientist looking for a project in marine biology? This EASTBIO DTP PhD project with the University of Stirling’s Institute of Aquaculture and industry partner Aquanetix provides a unique opportunity to model recirculation aquaculture systems as part of a multi-disciplinary team. . Read more

High dimensional predictive inference for precision immunotherapy of mesothelioma

Wellcome Trust Studentship. Project. Immunotherapy has transformed the treatment of cancer over the last decade. Mesothelioma, a lethal cancer caused by asbestos responds to immunotherapy, however only a fraction of patients benefit, for reasons which are currently unknown. Read more

Defining genetic associations in the complex 17q21.31 inversion region to identify potential drug targets

Wellcome Trust PhD Studentship. Project. Understanding the basis of genetic associations with common diseases or traits is important both for understanding the etiology of the disease and for developing drugs targeted at particular gene products and pathways. Read more

Integrative omics of CVD following preeclampsia

Shared risk of cardiovascular disease following preeclampsia using genomics and metabolomics. About the research project. Women who suffer from the hypertensive disorder preeclampsia during pregnancy have been shown to have an increased risk for the subsequent development of cardiovascular disease. Read more

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