The projects funded for this call involve collaborative work between the School of Biological and Chemical Sciences and School of Medicine and Dentistry/Blizard Institute/School of Law; William Harvey Research Institute and School of Business and Management/School of Engineering and Materials Science.
The topics that are the focus of the studentships range from examining the psychology behind behavioural change techniques and the ethical implications they carry, taking a computational and biochemical approach to underscore work in cancer proteomics, using a community-based project to further improve health care provider tools, taking an integrative biochemical approach to investigate T cell receptor signalling, utilising biomimicry to develop an understanding of the blood-brain- barrier, and utilising biological synthesis techniques to improve on delivery systems of therapeutic agents in arthritic cartilage.
- Big Data solutions for cancer proteomics
- A biomimetic in vitro model for the blood-brain-barrier
- Antibody-conjugated injectable hyaluronan hydrogel for the targeted delivery of therapeutic agents into arthritic cartilage
- Accelerating translational research in primary care: an east London study and beyond
- Dynamic learning and decision making
- Developing a chemical biology approach to elucidate the mechanism of T-cell receptor signalling