We have 19 Medical Statistics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for UK Students in the UK

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Medical Statistics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for UK Students in the UK

We have 19 Medical Statistics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for UK Students in the UK

Investigating Hydroxyurea’s Effects on Pregnancy in Sickle Cell Disease

This research project focuses on evaluating the safety and efficacy of hydroxyurea treatment in pregnant individuals with Sickle Cell Disease (SCD), a globally prevalent hemoglobin disorder significantly impacting those of Black ancestry. Read more

AI Powered Personalized Virtual Heart Modelling

Supervisory Team: Dr Lei Li, Prof. Age Chapman. Project description. In this unique PhD project, we aim to develop advanced AI models for creating cardiac digital twins, i.e., virtual heart models. Read more

Design of Experiments: estimation of selected effects in foldover factorial experiments

​​Experiments with factorial treatment structure are used in many sectors including medical research and industry. Their importance lies in their capacity to provide estimates of main effects and interactions with relatively small numbers of runs. Read more

fNIRS neuroimaging data analysis of surgical neuroergonomics

Evaluating surgical expertise and fitness is of critical importance for patient safety. Surgical neuroergonomics intends to decode how surgeons acquire, enhance and maintain their surgical skills going beyond mere behavioural measurements and taking into consideration the neurological underpinnings of the process of learning. Read more
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Late-effects of hypofractionated radiotherapy for breast cancer

ICR spearheaded trials that radically changed radiotherapy for breast cancer. Treatment that used to take 5 weeks was reduced to 3 weeks and can now be delivered in 1 week. Read more

The University of Manchester - Department of Mathematics

The Department of Mathematics at Manchester is one of the largest Mathematics Departments in the UK and has been home to some of the brightest postgraduate and academic mathematicians. Read more

Modelling & Economics of Vaccine-Preventable Diseases in South East Asia

Decisions on adopting vaccine policies for infectious diseases can be informed by model-based economic evaluations of the costs and benefits achieved, including the indirect benefits by reducing transmission. Read more

Machine learning approaches to cross-modal information fusion in podiatric X-ray imaging

Supervisory Team.   Thomas Blumensath (ISVR), Alex Dickinson (Engineering Sciences). Project description. Three dimensional images of the foot taken under loading conditions can provide a valuable clinical tool for the assessment of bone alignment related complaints. Read more

Listen hard: monitoring effort in listening through physiological signals

Supervisory Team.   Profs. David Simpson, Stefan Bleeck. Project description. Hearing speech is usually easy, but understanding speech in noise or in poor acoustic environments can be very challenging. Read more

Assessing blood flow control in the brain

Supervisory Team.   Profs. David Simpson. Project description. Blood flow to the brain is controlled by a series of interacting complex physiological mechanisms that ensure an adequate supply at all times. Read more

Exploring synergies between statistical ecology and statistical genomics

  Research Group: Division of Statistics
While superficially different, these two areas of research share several questions in common (How many species? How many of each species? How are the species distributed spatially? How should we sample?) that differ fundamentally only in whether the species in question are flora and fauna or nucleic acids and proteins. Read more

Propagation of uncertainty for signatures of mutational processes

  Research Group: Division of Statistics
There is a trend, especially in cancer research, to i) take a set of DNA mutations ii) cross-categorize them by patient and mutational characteristic and iii) decompose the resulting counts matrix into two sets of vectors – one set representing the mutational impact of specific mutagens and one set representing the exposure of individuals to those mutagens. Read more

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