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Medicine PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in the UK

We have 189 Medicine PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in the UK

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We have 189 Medicine PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in the UK

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The Department of Oncology at the University of Oxford

The Department of Oncology employs multidisciplinary approaches from physics, biology, chemistry and mathematical modelling to investigate DNA biology and epigenetics, cell and environmental biology of tumour tissue, and both systemic and local immunological responses in cancer. Read more

4 Year Fully Funded Rotation PhD Opportunities in Plants, Food and Health

The EDESIA PhD programme is funded by Wellcome Trust to advance major aspects of plant-based nutrition and health, from crop to clinic, drawing on the world-class, interdisciplinary research expertise of the Norwich Research Park. Read more

4 Year Fully Funded Rotation PhD Opportunities in Plants, Food and Health

The EDESIA PhD programme is funded by Wellcome Trust to advance major aspects of plant-based nutrition and health, from crop to clinic, drawing on the world-class, interdisciplinary research expertise of the Norwich Research Park. Read more

4 Year Fully Funded Rotation PhD Opportunities in Plants, Food and Health

The EDESIA PhD programme is funded by Wellcome Trust to advance major aspects of plant-based nutrition and health, from crop to clinic, drawing on the world-class, interdisciplinary research expertise of the Norwich Research Park. Read more

4 Year Fully Funded Rotation PhD Opportunities in Plants, Food and Health

The EDESIA PhD programme is funded by Wellcome Trust to advance major aspects of plant-based nutrition and health, from crop to clinic, drawing on the world-class, interdisciplinary research expertise of the Norwich Research Park. Read more

Dietary Intervention to Prevent Myeloma Cancer Progression (HORWOODN_U23FMH)

Background . Multiple Myeloma (MM) is a haematological cancer caused by abnormal plasma cell expansion in the bone marrow.  MM is preceded by an earlier clinically stable stage termed monoclonal gammopathy of undetermined significance (MGUS). Read more

HORNBERGERM_U23FMH ‘Sweet Memories’ – Continuous glucose monitoring and cognitive impairment in in-patient diabetes

Background   . Management of diabetes has been revolutionised over the last years with the advent of continuous glucose monitoring (CGM), which allows monitoring of one’s glucose levels via a sensor patch on the skin. Read more

Four-dimensional flow cardiovascular magnetic resonance for cardiovascular haemodynamics (GARGP4DF_U23FMH)

Background   . Four-dimensional flow cardiovascular magnetic resonance imaging is a cutting-edge technology which allows to measure and visualise flow in three-dimension over time (time being the fourth dimension) (i). Read more

Understanding the effects of immunomodulatory therapies on radiation response

Dying cancer cells are thought to be a rich source of tumour antigens and danger signals into the tumour microenvironment. Work from the Olcina lab has found that targeting complement can increase tumour cell death following radiotherapy which may in turn modulate anti-tumour immune responses. Read more

Nucleases and helicases as potential cancer targets

It is clear that the acquired genetic changes (vulnerabilities) in tumours can be exploited to treat cancer, increasingly in a manner tailored to individual patients. Read more

Investigating the role of E3 ubiquitin ligases in cancer pathogenesis

The Ubiquitin Proteasome System (UPS) is a crucial regulator of cell survival in normal conditions and after DNA damage. The function of UPS is dysregulated in cancer, thus providing a large repertoire of targets to exploit for better cancer treatment. Read more

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