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University of Liverpool Statistics PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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  Reducing the burden of non-communicable diseases: which interventions are more effective and equitable?
  Dr M. O'Flaherty, Dr C Kypridermos
Application Deadline: 23 January 2019
Background. Our research group researches the impact of a wide range of population level preventative policies (such as pricing and taxation policies for foods, tobacco and alcohol; regulation to restrict unhealthy products) on non-communicable diseases, such as cardiovascular disease, respiratory diseases and cancer.
  The equity impact of changing spatial distribution of resources for population health and inequalities
  Dr B Barr, Prof D Taylor-Robinson
Application Deadline: 23 January 2019
Background. There are large difference in health between richer and poorer areas in the UK. People are 20% more likely to die under the age of 75 in the North, compared to the South of England.
  Machine Learning approaches for robust analysis of complex systems
  Dr E Patelli
Applications accepted all year round
This position will close as soon as a suitable candidate has been found. The start date for this position is February 2019. Overview.
  Advanced Microscopy Image Analysis for Life Science Applications
  Dr Y Zheng
Applications accepted all year round
Microscope imaging plays an ever-increasing role in life science research. A large number of images can be continuously generated by various different devices (light microscopy, fluorescence microscopy, electron microscopy, and light-sheet microscopy).
  Analysing ECG with deep learning: human supervised analysis versus A.I. (Artificial Intelligence)
  Dr R Barrett-Jolley, Dr C Dart
Applications accepted all year round
This is a unique and exciting opportunity to learn new skills in artificial intelligence and ageing biology. You will combine patch-clamp electrophysiology with cutting edge machine learning to predict and understand how cells in the heart age.
  Development of Advanced Methods for Biological Signal Analysis
  Dr Y Zheng
Applications accepted all year round
Biological signals (e.g. blood pressure, intraocular pressure, heart beat, ERG, EEG, and ECG) play an ever-increasing role in our daily life.
  Development of Novel Imaging Technologies for Eye Disease
  Dr Y Zheng
Applications accepted all year round
Imaging techniques (e.g. optical, PET, MRI, CT, X-rays) play an ever-increasing role in healthcare. A large amount of imaging, clinical and demographic data in particular has been continuously generated in healthcare.
  Translation of Cardiovascular Control Models: Are ‘resistant hypertension’ patients truly drug resistant and does neuronal dysregulation contribute?
  Dr R Barrett-Jolley, Prof GYH Lip, Dr A Shantsila
Applications accepted all year round
Hypertension is major health problem across the world affecting 30-40% of adults, and its prevalence continues to grow, especially in developing countries.
  How common are heritable microbes, and why?
  Dr SJ Cornell, Prof G Hurst
Application Deadline: 9 January 2019
Heritable endosymbionts are extremely common, being observed in around 30% of all arthropod species. Their pervasiveness is very puzzling from an evolutionary perspective, because any host species represents a dead end to a symbiont that is only transmitted vertically (i.e.
  Transgenerational effects of pollutants: the role of the egg
  Dr S J Plaistow, Dr P Antczak, Dr S Derrington
Application Deadline: 9 January 2019
Anthropogenic stress is altering our planet at an unprecedented rate and has major implications for global biodiversity, health and the economy.
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