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University College London PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 40 University College London PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

Fully–funded PhD Studentship with the Optical Networks Group, Department of Electronic & Electrical Engineering, UCL

Applicants are invited to apply for a fully funded 4-year UK home PhD studentship in the Optical Networks Group, Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering at University College London (UCL), one of the world-leading optical communications research groups in the world. Read more
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Cancer PhD: Optimising vaccine response through cytokine modulation in urothelial cancer

Urothelial cancer is a common cancer and was the first tumour to be treated with an approved immunotherapeutic agent – BCG. BCG is a live attenuated form of tuberculosis that non-specifically stimulates the immune system and promotes cancer cell death. Read more
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Visual system vulnerability in dementia: from detection to determinants

Qualification Type: Fully-funded PhD (full-time only). Location: London. Funding for: tuition fees & stipend (currently £22,237/year) covered for UK students. Read more

Constraints and causes of brain evolution in birds

Birds differ from their non-avian dinosaur relatives in many respects. One key feature that evolved as birds acquired powered flight and began to diversify is a relatively large brain. Read more
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Cancer Experimental and computational PhD Understanding human glioblastoma initiation and its microenvironments

Glioblastoma (GBM) is a lethal and highly therapy-resistant primary brain tumour for which there are no adequate therapies. Recurrence is largely invariable and originates from tumour cells that infiltrate the healthy brain past the surgical resection margin and survive chemotherapy and radiation. Read more

Novel topologies and technologies for advanced reluctance machines

Project start date. 01 October 2024. Project duration. 4 years. Studentship funding. Home tuition fees (currently £6,035/year). Maintenance stipend (currently £21,237/year) for 3.5 years. Read more

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