Pharmaceutical Sciences (PhD) 2017-18

This course also available for 2018-19 entry

The Research Degree

A PhD is the highest academic award for which a student can be registered.This programme allows you to explore and pursue a research project built around a substantial piece of work, which has to show evidence of original contribution to knowledge.

A full-time PhD is a three year full-time programme of research and culminates in the production of a large-scale piece of written work in the form of a research thesis that should not normally exceed 40,000 words.

Completing a PhD can give you a great sense of personal achievement and help you develop a high level of transferable skills which will be useful in your subsequent career, as well as contributing to the development of knowledge in your chosen field.

You are expected to work to an approved programme of work including appropriate programmes of postgraduate study (which may be drawn from parts of existing postgraduate courses, final year degree programmes, conferences, seminars, masterclasses, guided reading or a combination of study methods).

You will be appointed a main supervisor who will normally be part of a supervisory team, comprising up to three members to advise and support you on your project.


Start date:
This research degree has multiple possible start dates including:
18 / 09 / 2017
08 / 01 / 2018
16 / 04 / 2018

Your start date may be decided in agreement with your supervisor.

Duration:

The maximum duration for a full time PhD is 3 years (36 months) with an optional submission pending (writing up period) of 12 months.

Sometimes it may be possible to mix periods of both full-time and part-time study.

Entry requirements

The normal level of attainment required for entry is:

•  a Master's degree from a UK University or equivalent, in a discipline appropriate to the proposed programme to be followed, or

•  an upper second class honours degree (2:1) from a UK university in a discipline appropriate to that of the proposed programme to be followed, or

•  appropriate research or professional experience at postgraduate level, which has resulted in published work, written reports or other appropriate evidence of accomplishment.

For applicants whose first language or language of instruction is not English you will need to meet the minimum requirements of an English Language qualification. The minimum of IELTS 6.0 overall with the written element at least 6.0 with no element lower than 5.5, will be considered acceptable, or equivalent.

Further information on international entry requirements and English language entry requirements is available on our international webpages

Contact:

Tel: +44 (0) 1484 473969
Email: researchdegrees@hud.ac.uk

Places available:

This is dependent upon supervisory capacity within the subject area

(this number may be subject to change)

Location:
Huddersfield, HD1 3DH

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What can I research?

Research topics available for this degree:

There are several research topics available for this degree. See below for full details of individual research areas including an outline of the topics, the supervisor, funding information and eligibility criteria.

Research titleSupervisorsApply
A non-steroidal topical formulation for relieving symptoms of eczema (atopic dermatitis) in babies and young children
Outline

Eczema in babies is common in UK. The general perception is that “babies usually grow out of the condition”. Therefore, many doctors do not use the term eczema at this early age. Despite, not being a health priority for the NHS, it is a major cause of distress in babies and young children and their parents, and significantly affects their quality of life. The usual approach in managing eczema is to protect the baby from possible triggers and offering emollients to soothe the skin. In severe flare-ups, steroidal creams are most commonly prescribed on NHS. Despite a variety of emollients available in the market for soothing eczema, there is none available with strong anti-inflammatory and antipruritic properties except topical steroidal products. This project shall aim to formulate creams and other suitable topical products for eczema (atopic dermatitis) incorporating natural ingredients with anti-inflammatory and antipruritic properties. The project will include a systematic screening of various natural ingredients and their combinations to assess their ability to reduce atopic dermatitis. This includes developing a series of formulations and testing their efficacy in a suitable cell culture model.

Eligibility

Applicants must have a good honours degree (2.1 or equivalent) in pharmacy or a related discipline. Desirable criteria are evidence of further study at Masters or equivalent level and practical laboratory experience.

Funding

The project is for self-funding students from home or overseas. In addition to tuition fees, bench fees of £8,000 per annum are required.

Deadline

Home/EU -June 30th/October 31st and Overseas May 31st/September 30th

How to apply
Developing novel formulations for drug delivery to the skin
Outline

Drug delivery into, and through, the skin is an attractive route of delivery for local and systemic delivery, however penetration and permeation into, and across, deeper skin layers are restricted due to barrier functions of stratum corneum, the outermost protective layer of the skin. This project will explore formulation strategies to improve delivery of drugs into the skin for more effective treatment of infections. For example, healthcare associated infections (HAIs) are a major concern for health service providers due to poor delivery of antimicrobials to target sites within the skin.

Eligibility

Applicants must have a good honours degree (2.1 or equivalent) in pharmacy or a related discipline. Desirable criteria are evidence of further study at Masters or equivalent level and practical laboratory experience.

Funding

Self-funding applicants are welcome. In addition to tuition fees, bench fees of £5,000 per annum are required.

Deadline

Home/EU -June 30th/October 31st and Overseas May 31st/September 30th

How to apply
Developing novel personalised 3D printed pharmaceutical formulations
Outline

Advances in the field of pharmacogenomics have provided an impetus for the development and fabrication of personalised pharmaceutical formulations. For instance, three-dimensional (3D) printing technologies are set to revolutionise the individualisation of dosage forms at the point of dispensing or use. Thus, the aim of this PhD project will be to bridge the gap between the formulation and 3D printing strategies in order to develop functionally robust pharmaceutical formulations.

Eligibility

Applicants must have a good honours degree (2.1 or equivalent) in pharmacy or a related discipline. Desirable criteria are evidence of further study at Masters or equivalent level and practical laboratory experience.

Funding

The project is for self-funding students from home or overseas. In addition to tuition fees, bench fees of £xx per annum are required.

Deadline

Home/EU -June 30th/October 31st and Overseas May 31st/September 30th

How to apply
Development and characterisation of palatable paediatric formulations using novel technologies
Outline

The majority of drug delivery systems are not considered suitable for paediatric patients as children differ in their developmental, dosing and therapeutic requirements in comparison to other subsets of the population. Conventional pharmaceutical formulations cannot provide the range of doses needed, thus, dosage form manipulation (for example, crushing tablets) is routine practice in hospitals and even in the community. This leads to problems with accuracy of dose, and can increase risk and cost. Development of paediatric formulations is a complex process as adequate palatability is an ongoing challenge. Rejection of unpalatable medications compromises patient acceptability and potentially lead to failure in therapeutic plan. Therefore, the aim of this PhD project will be to develop palatable paediatric formulations using novel technologies.

Eligibility

Applicants must have a good honours degree (2.1 or equivalent) in pharmacy or a related discipline. Desirable criteria are evidence of further study at Masters or equivalent level and practical laboratory experience.

Funding

The project is for self-funding students from home or overseas. In addition to tuition fees, bench fees of £xx per annum are required.

Deadline

Home/EU -June 30th/October 31st and Overseas May 31st/September 30th

How to apply
Diabetes Risk Index: an improved risk-scoring approach in identifying individuals at high risk of developing diabetes in UK.
Outline

Diabetes is one of the major healthcare concerns in UK and is a significant cost to NHS. According to the NHS, there are 3.9 million people living with diabetes in UK, which is twice as many than in 1996.According to Diabetes UK, another half a million people living in UK with diabetes are not aware of it, and a further group of people in the UK have prediabetes. It is estimated that in 10 years from now, there will be five million people living with diabetes in UK. Like other diseases, an early diagnosis is very important for diabetes to avoid disease progression and risk for cardiovascular disease. Identification of high risk groups who may develop diabetes in next five years, therefore, is a key strategy to prevent developing disease and hence the national diabetes prevention program (NDPP) was launched in 2016 by the NHS and Public Health in England. The program significantly depends on the risk scoring system, taking inputs from age, sex, ethnicity, blood pressure, family history of diabetes, body mass index and waist measurements. The over-reliance of current risk-scoring strategies on waist circumference and BMI can potentially miss a huge population at a high risk of developing diabetes in UK. This project, therefore, is aimed to improve the current risk-scoring system in UK by developing a holistic approach to include visceral obesity into a robust risk scoring system to identify individuals at high risk of developing diabetes in UK, such as South Asians.

Eligibility

Applicants must have a good honours degree (2.1 or equivalent) in pharmacy or a related discipline. Desirable criteria are evidence of further study at Masters or equivalent level and practical laboratory experience.

Funding

The project is for self-funding students from home or overseas. In addition to tuition fees, bench fees of £4,000 per annum are required.

Deadline

Home/EU -June 30th/October 31st and Overseas May 31st/September 30th

How to apply
Exploiting bioadhesion to improve drug delivery
Outline

Polymeric drug delivery systems have been widely used to improve delivery of actives using a range of delivery routes including for buccal, oral, nasal, ocular and vaginal. Bioadhesion (and more specifically mucoadhesion) can be exploited in order to improve absorption, and the drug must be presented to the mucosa in an absorbable state from a dosage form that can enhance uptake by this route. Using a range of in vitro techniques, this project will focus on strategies to enhance mucosal absorption. Correlation between rates of release and absorption will be developed for a range of dosage forms

Eligibility

Applicants must have a good honours degree (2.1 or equivalent) in pharmacy or a related discipline. Desirable criteria are evidence of further study at Masters or equivalent level and practical laboratory experience.

Funding

The project is for self-funding students from home or overseas. In addition to tuition fees, bench fees of £5,000 per annum are required.

Deadline

Home/EU -June 30th/October 31st and Overseas May 31st/September 30th

How to apply
Gastric balloon: a non-invasive weight loss intervention
Outline

Obesity is a major health concerns. Weight loss surgery is the gold standard but is expensive and irreversible. Fitting a gastric balloon could be another alternative to weight loss surgery. This is endoscopically administered in a capsule and inflated once in the stomach. This reduces the stomach volume and therefore improves patient’s satiety threshold, and subsequently leads to significant weight loss. The approach is cost effective compared to other surgical interventions but still expensive as it cannot be offered outside hospital settings. The balloon needs endoscopic removal under anaesthesia after 4 months of its insertion; it is subject to spontaneous deflation if not removed. A repeated course of three balloons can be very expensive. This project aims to redesign the gastric balloon to improve its limitations. The project will include developing a series of formulations, their detailed characterisation, for example; swelling, gastric-stability, rheology, buoyancy, stability, degradation etc. The project will potentially lead to industrial/clinical collaborations to further the technology in preclinical and clinical trials.

Eligibility

Applicants must have a good honours degree (2.1 or equivalent) in pharmacy or a related discipline. Desirable criteria are evidence of further study at Masters or equivalent level and practical laboratory experience.

Funding

The project is for self-funding students from home or overseas. In addition to tuition fees, bench fees of £5,000 are required.

Deadline

Home/EU -June 30th/October 31st and Overseas May 31st/September 30th

How to apply
Investigation of the anti-tumour activity of novel compounds originating from synthetic, plants/natural products, cannabinoids and omega-3
Outline

The aim of this project is to investigate the mechanism of action of anti-tumour activity of potent omega-3 fatty acids and cannabinoids in gynaecological cancer. We propose to define the pharmacological activity of these compounds with regard to their mode of action, cytotoxicity profile and effect on the cell cycle with a view to understanding the therapeutic potential of such compounds in the treatment of cancers.

Eligibility

Candidates should have a BSc, First Class honours or MSc in Pharmacology, biology, biomedical sciences, pharmacy or any related areas.

Funding

Self-funding applicants are welcome. In addition to tuition fees, bench fees of £10,000 per annum are required.

Deadline

Home/EU -June 30th/October 31st and Overseas May 31st/September 30th

How to apply
Pharmaceutical applications of natural polymers
Outline

Natural materials are playing an increasing role as alternatives to synthetic pharmaceutical excipients. This is due to their biocompatibility, low cost, and relative abundance. These natural polymers are now being widely used in the pharmaceutical industry as polymers in various drug delivery systems. Examples of such polymers include sodium alginate, guar gum, chitosan, gum karaya etc. This project involves the extraction and characterization of different plant based polymers. In addition, these polymers will be assessed against commercially available polymers in their native form or with some modification to tailor their use for various pharmaceutical applications.

Eligibility

Applicants must have a good honours degree (2.1 or equivalent) in pharmacy, pharmaceutical science or a related discipline including materials science and chemistry. Desirable criteria are evidence of further study at Masters or equivalent level and practical laboratory experience.

Funding

Self-funding applicants are welcome. In addition to tuition fees, bench fees of £4,000 per annum are required.

Deadline

Home/EU -June 30th/October 31st and Overseas May 31st/September 30th

How to apply
Pre-clinical biological and pharmacological screening and evaluation of novel compounds for potential anti-cancer activity.
Outline

The focus of this PhD is the pre-clinical screening and evaluation of different classes of novel compounds for potential anti-cancer activity. These compounds are available to test as part of a number of continuing and new collaborations with international chemistry research groups (in the UK and overseas). Key objectives are:- 1) phenotypic screening for toxicity against a range of cancer cell lines 2) analysis of selectivity towards cancer cells versus non-cancer cells and selection of lead compounds for further investigation. 3) analysis of activity against hypoxic cancer cells and other typically resistant cancer cells that are priority targets. 3) mechanism of action studies and target deconvolution of lead compounds.

Eligibility

First Class or 2.1 Honours BSc degree in a relevant area of biological sciences and/or pharmacology from an EU university. Experience in cell culture and related techniques would be advantageous. Individuals who have some previous relevant research experience as part of a research placement or a further degree (eg. MRes) are particularly encouraged to apply.

Funding

Self-funding applications are welcome. In addition to tuition fees, bench fees of £8,000 per annum are required.

Deadline

Home/EU -June 30th/October 31st and Overseas May 31st/September 30th

How to apply
Repurposing Drugs for Alzheimer’s disease
Outline

As people live longer, cases of Alzheimer’s disease (AD) in the UK are expected to rise from ~850,000 in 2015 to 2,092,945 by 2051. Consequently, investment and research efforts need to be intensified to identify new disease modifying therapeutic strategies. The use of acetylcholinesterase inhibitors and N-methyl-d-aspartate antagonists are effective at reducing symptoms, but cannot modify disease progression. Strategies aimed at slowing down progression need to be considered. Neuroinflammation is known to contribute to AD pathology. Therefore, strategies aimed at achieving neuroprotection through inhibition of neuroinflammation need to be studied. Drug repurposing is a time-saving approach at getting new AD drugs to clinical trials. Drugs already approved for other indications, but which may target AD pathophysiology through mechanisms unrelated to their original therapeutic indications are of interest. Our studies showed that some currently approved drugs such as artemisinin and its derivatives inhibited neuroinflammation in mouse microglia. The project will investigate neuroprotection by these drugs in neuroinflammation-mediated and APPswe-transfection-induced neuronal death. Drugs will also be evaluated for effects on levels of A?, tau and other biomarkers of AD in differentiated human neural progenitor cells. The Caenorhabditis elegans model of AD will be used to study in vivo drug effects on A?. The project will involve biochemical techniques, cell culture, live cell imaging, western blotting, ELISAs, immunofluorescence, RNAi, miRNA analysis, epigenetics and C. elegans model of AD.

Eligibility

Applicants should have a good Honours BSc or MPharm degree in a relevant area of pharmaceutical, biological sciences and/or pharmacology from a recognised university. Experience in cell culture and related techniques would be advantageous but training will be provided.

Funding

Self-funding applications are welcome. In addition to tuition fees, bench fees of £8,000 per annum are required.

Deadline

Home/EU -June 30th/October 31st and Overseas May 31st/September 30th

How to apply
Targeting cancer’s metabolic re-wiring - potential opportunities to selectively kill cancer cells?
Outline

The focus of this PhD is on the metabolic re-wiring of cancer cells which is now recognised as one of the hallmarks of cancer and is a potential rich source of new therapeutic targets. Specific aims are:- 1) to investigate cancer cell response to targeting specific molecular targets associated with metabolic re-wiring 2) to investigate heterogeneity in cellular response and potential biomarkers of response 3) to perform metabolic profiling of cancer and non-cancer cells and analyse how they respond to specific molecular targeting to provide insight into metabolic adaptability and dependency.

Eligibility

First Class or 2.1 Honours BSc degree in a relevant area of biological sciences and/or pharmacology. Experience in cell culture and related techniques would be advantageous. Individuals who have some previous relevant research experience as part of a research placement or a further degree (eg. MRes) are particularly encouraged to apply.

Funding

The project is for self-funding students from home or overseas. In addition to tuition fees, bench fees of £8,000 per annum are required.

Deadline

Home/EU -June 30th/October 31st and Overseas May 31st/September 30th

How to apply
The importance of Oestrogen receptors in neuroprotection and gynaecological cancers
Outline

Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is the most common form of dementia, and is associated with significant human, social and economic burden. Evidence shows that preventing neuronal death will have a significant clinical benefit in AD. An accumulation of evidence suggests that oestrogens are neuroprotective. However, there are significant cancer risks associated with these hormones. Sex steroids and their receptors have a profound involvement in diverse human diseases, including hormone-dependent tumours such as breast and gynaecological cancers. Consequently, a promising translational tool could be the development of selective oestrogen receptor modulators (SERMs). Phytoestrogens are potential chemical leads for novel SERMs. These studies have an impact on the prospective use of SERMs in therapies for inflammatory disorders and in particular Alzheimer’s disease.

Eligibility

Applicants should have a First Class Honours degree in a relevant area of biology or life sciences. Applicants must have a strong interest in molecular biology and pharmacology Knowledge in cell culture research is of advantage.

Funding

Self-funding applications are welcome. In addition to tuition fees, bench fees of £10,500 per annum are required.

Deadline

Home/EU-June 30th/October 31st and Overseas May 31st/September 30th

How to apply
Validation and development of translational biomarkers of CNS diseases.
Outline

As we age the incidence of CNS disease increases including neurodegenerative, neurological and psychiatric disorders. CeBioR at the University of Huddersfield looks to address some of these issues by exploring the underlying aetiology of the aforementioned diseases. By understanding these diseases we can develop tools to not only improve diagnosis, but also develop new therapeutics to improve disease treatment. We anticipate that the centre’s research will improve the quality of life of many people suffering with these highly debilitating diseases, providing a smooth and rapid translation from proof of concept to a tangible availability in the clinic. Students will look to explore a number of candidate CNS disease biomarkers developed within the research centre and determine their use as disease indicators or their potential as drug targets. The project will involve a wide range of techniques/methods and may include biochemical techniques, advanced cell culture e.g. stem cells, live cell imaging, Quantitative PCR, western blotting, ELISAs, proteomics, immunofluorescence, bioinformatic analysis, immunohistochemistry, RNA sequencing, array analysis, GWAS and epigenetics

Eligibility

Applicants must have a good honours degree (2.1 or equivalent) in a relevant biological science field or a related discipline. Experience in cell culture and molecular biology would be an advantage. The successful candidate will join a highly motivated and well-equipped research team in the CeBioR.

Funding

Self-funding applicants are welcome. In addition to tuition fees, bench fees of £10,000 per annum are required.

Deadline

Home/EU -June 30th/October 31st and Overseas May 31st/September 30th

How to apply

We undertake world class research across a range of disciplines - from identifying targets for new drugs to combat important diseases like depression through to developing and improving drug delivery methods by inhalation and other routes. Research within the Pharmaceutical Sciences can be split into themes:

• Pharmaceutics • Material Sciences • Pharmacology and Pharmacogenomics.

To find out more about the research we conduct, take a look at our Research, Innovation and Skills webpages, where you will find information on each research area. To find out about our staff visit ‘Our experts' which features profiles of all our academic staff.

You will need to complete a research proposal outlining your areas of interest and when this is submitted along with your research degree application form we will look for the academics within the University who have the expertise and knowledge to supervise you and guide you through your research degree.

Important information

We will always try to deliver your course as described on this web page. However, sometimes we may have to make changes to aspects of a course or how it is delivered. We only make these changes if they are for reasons outside of our control, or where they are for our students’ benefit. We will let you know about any such changes as soon as possible. Our regulations set out our procedure which we will follow when we need to make any such changes.

When you enrol as a student of the University, your study and time with us will be governed by a framework of regulations, policies and procedures, which form the basis of your agreement with us. These include regulations regarding the assessment of your course, academic integrity, your conduct (including attendance) and disciplinary procedure, fees and finance and compliance with visa requirements (where relevant). It is important that you familiarise yourself with these as you will be asked to agree to abide by them when you join us as a student. You will find a guide to the key terms here, where you will also find links to the full text of each of the regulations, policies and procedures referred to.

The Higher Education Funding Council for England is the principal regulator for the University.

How much will it cost me?

In 2017/18, the full-time tuition fee for UK and EU postgraduate research students at the University of Huddersfield is £4,165 (see Fees and Finance for exceptions).

Tuition fees will cover the cost of your study at the University as well as charges for registration, tuition, supervision and examinations. For more information about funding, fees and finance for UK/EU students, including what your tuition fee covers, please see Fees and Finance. Please note that tuition fees for subsequent years of study may rise in line with inflation (RPI-X).

If you are interested in studying with us on a part-time basis, please visit our Fees and Finance pages for part-time fee information.

If you are an international student coming to study at the University of Huddersfield, please visit the International Fees and Finance pages for full details of tuition fees and support available.

Please email the Student Finance Office or call 01484 472210 for more information about fees and finance.

Scholarships

Please visit our webpages to check if you are eligible for the Vice ChancellorÂ’s Scholarship for University of Huddersfield graduates.

The University offers a limited number of full and partial fee waivers. If you wish to be considered for a scholarship, please read through the scholarship guidance and include the name of the scholarship on your online application.

Additional Programme costs

Additional programme costs (sometimes known as bench fees) may be charged for research degrees in which there are exceptional costs directly related to the research project. For some subject areas, such as Science and Engineering, these costs could range from £3,000 - £16,000 per year, dependent upon the research project. If you wish to know if these costs will apply to the course you’re interested in, please email the Admissions and Records Office who will direct your query to the relevant department.

Examples of exceptional costs include:

  • Equipment maintenance costs
  • Equipment hire
  • Access costs to specialised equipment
  • Patient/volunteer expenses
  • Tissue/cell culture
  • Special reagents/materials
  • Purchase of laboratory consumables
  • Purchases of additional special permanent laboratory equipment
  • Photography and film processing
  • Video tape filming, recording, CD archiving
  • Specialised computation
  • Travelling costs - where this is integral to the research, it would not normally cover conference attendance except in special circumstances
  • Access to specialist facilities/resources
  • Special statistical packages
  • Access to special databases
  • Data collection costs (eg. postage, envelops and stationary, questionnaire administration)
  • Interview translation and transcription costs.

International

All Postgraduate research students who do not have specific timetabled teaching sessions are required to maintain regular engagement with the University under the Attendance Monitoring Policy.

Information for overseas students with a Tier 4 visa: The University also requires that all overseas students with a Tier 4 visa comply with the requirements set out below:

•  Students are expected to remain in the UK at the address notified to the University until the official end of the academic year.

•  Students are expected to be able to demonstrate, to the University's reasonable satisfaction, that their domestic living arrangements, including their residential location, are conducive to their full engagement with their studies and to their ability to comply with Home Office and University attendance requirements for full time students.

How to apply

To make a formal application, complete the online application form.

This normally includes the submission of a research proposal. Read through the proposal guidelines first to make sure you cover all the information needed, and ensure you include the proposal (if required) when submitting your online application. You can check whether the degree you are applying for requires a proposal by checking the specific course entries.

If you wish to be considered for a scholarship, please read through the scholarship guidance and include the name of the scholarship on your online application.

Applications are assessed based upon academic excellence, other relevant experience and how closely the research proposal aligns with Huddersfield's key research areas.

Research community

The University of Huddersfield has a thriving research community made up of over 1,350 postgraduate research students. We have students studying on a part-time and full-time basis from all over the world with around 43% from overseas and 57% from the UK.

Research plays an important role in informing all our teaching and learning activities. Through undertaking research our staff remain up-to-date with the latest developments in their field, which means you develop knowledge and skills which are current and relevant to your specialist area.

Find out more about our research staff and centres

Research programme

Individuals working towards the award of PhD are required to successfully complete a programme resulting in a significant contribution to knowledge.

You are expected to work to an approved programme of work including appropriate programmes of postgraduate study (which may be drawn from parts of existing postgraduate courses, final year degree programmes, conferences, seminars, masterclasses, guided reading or a combination of study methods).

Research skills training

The University of Huddersfield has an exciting and comprehensive Researcher Skills Development Programme available to all postgraduate researchers. The Researcher Skills Development Programme supports our researchers to broaden their knowledge, allowing them to access tools and skills which can significantly improve employability, whether in academia or industry. It's important to develop transferable personal and professional skills alongside the research skills and techniques necessary for your postgraduate study and research. The programme is also mapped onto Vitae's Researcher Development Framework (RDF), allowing researchers at the University of Huddersfield to benefit from Vitae support as well as our own Programme.

We offer skills training through a programme designed to take advantage of technology platforms as well as face-to-face workshops and courses. The University has subscribed to Epigeum, a programme of on-line research training support designed and managed by staff at Imperial College London which will be accessed via UniLearn, the University's Virtual Learning Environment.

Research supervision

You will be appointed a main supervisor who will normally be part of a supervisory team, comprising up to three members. The research supervisor will advise and support you on your project.


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