The School of Medical Sciences is always interested to hear from prospective PhD students who have, or are interested in applying for, funding.
Medical Sciences with specialisations in:
- Rheumatic diseases
- Inflammatory arthritis
- Systemic lupus erythematosus
- Behavioural neurology
- Sensorimotor integration (on eye and limb movements)
- Higher order sensory processing
- Cardiac imaging using fMRI
- Developing the use of Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Rendering
- Effects of antipsychotic medication on neutrophil morphology and oxidative stress
- Use of Quantitive Structural Activity Relations in cellular responses to antipsychotics
- History of Medicine
- Parkinson’s disease
- Dementia and neurodegenerative diseases
- Evidence based healthcare
- Translation of research evidence to practice
- Patient reported outcome following hip replacement surgery
- Smell and taste pathophysiology, assessment and management
- Assessment of Endoscopic Sinus Surgery
- Transnasal fibreoptic flexible laryngo oesophagoscopy
- Dizziness assessment and treatment
- Catabolic effects of rheumatic diseases and effect on muscle mass and function
- Autoimmune rheumatic diseases - prognosis, and assessment of treatment
- Assessment of novel anti rheumatic treatment
- Respiratory Medicine
- Orthopaedic surgery
- Sports and exercise medicine
- Cardiac imaging and intervention
- Cortical processes and cardiovascular
- Cardiology and nuclear medicine
- Clinical research into the assessment and development of new anti-cancer drugs
- Assessment of the effects of chemotherapy
- Intensive care medicine
- Chronic disease patient care
- Cardio-vascular risk factors in the severely mentally ill
- Genetic predictors of antidepressant response
- Mental illness in primary care patients
- Diabetes and vascular disease
Basic Medical Research:
- The genetics and molecular aeteology of cancer development / oncogenesis
- Molecular mechanisms of disease related DNA repair pathways
- The molecular basis of the cell division cycle (using human cells and model systems)
- The molecular basis of cancer drug resistance
- Molecular mechanisms of chromosomal translocations Molecular regulation of telomere biology
- The role of human germ line genes in cancer development
- The identification of new cancer-specific drug targets
- The development of patient stratification strategies
- Human stem cell biology
- Human cancer stem cell biology
- The molecular basis for human gut homeostasis
- Molecular cancer immunology
- Molecular autoimmunity
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