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

We have 25 immunotherapy PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students

Brain-specific immune responses to fungal pathogens

We are seeking a talented and motivated student with a passion for research in immunology, infectious disease and medical mycology to join the Fungal Infection Group led by Dr Rebecca Drummond (https://www.birmingham.ac.uk/staff/profiles/immunology-immunotherapy/drummond-rebecca.aspx). Read more

PhD Studentship – NIHR Newcastle Biomedical Research Centre (BRC) – Fat, fibroblasts and immunotherapy resistance in NASH-HCC

Award summary . 100% home tuition fees and an annual stipend of £18,622 (2023/ 2024 UKRI rate). International candidates will be required to fund the difference between the home and international fees. . Read more

Immunotherapy: Killing Cancer using Dead Virus

It is now accepted that our immune systems can hold the key to treating otherwise incurable cancers. So-called “immunotherapy” is an increasingly common method of treating tumours, leading to impressive increases in patient responses. . Read more

Fully-funded PhD studentship in microfluidics and cancer vaccination immunotherapy

Brief Overview. The Au Lab (http://biomicrotech.science) in the Department of Bioengineering of Imperial College London has a fully-funded PhD studentship to develop an entirely new class of anti-cancer vaccine agents generated using microfluidics. Read more

Investigating an interplay between autoimmunity and cancer

Immunotherapy is now entering standard clinical care for several cancer types and despite its potential to achieve durable responses, only a small percentage of patients respond to immunochemotherapy. Read more

Immunotherapy: Manipulating T cell metabolism to improve anti-tumour immunity

The induction of immune responses to tumours can provide long-lasting protection from cancer. In this regard, T cells can suppress tumour growth by directly killing cancer cells and by producing inflammatory cytokines. 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
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Advancing clinical elastography for early, non-invasive imaging assessment of normal tissue toxicity and tumour response

This PhD project offers an opportunity for an experimental scientist to work as part of a multi-disciplinary team to develop MR-Elastography and US-Elastography for the benefit of patients with cancer. Read more

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