BHF Oxbridge Centre of Regenerative Medicine has awarded five 4-year PhD studentships (2014-2018). The studentships are collaborative with joint supervision between two sites and resources allocated for regular meetings.
Additionally, each student is expected to visit their co-supervisor's group to learn a new technique or a skill that will support their thesis project, as well as to act as a catalyst for further collaborative projects between the two research groups.
Please follow the links below to each student's research profile.
|Mr Giovanni Canu||Cambridge||Cell-cycle dependent mechanisms controlling differentiation of haematopoietic stem cells (Theme 2)|
|Ms Madeline McNamara||Cambridge||Dr Sanjay Sinha & Prof Shoumo Bhattacharya||Development of new therapies for Marfan Syndrome using an in vitro human iPSC disease model (Theme 2)|
|Ms Eleanor Price||Oxford||Prof Paul Riley & Dr Sanjay Sinha||Investigating a role for hypoxia and HIF-mediated signalling in epicardial activation during development and neonatal cardiac regeneration (Theme 1)|
|Ms Caroline Telfer||Oxford||Prof Roger Patient & Prof Paul Martin||Identifying heterogeneity in the adult zebrafish myocardium (Theme 1)|
|Ms Tonia Thomas||Oxford||Dr Nicola Smart & Dr Amer Rana||Neovascularisation of the heart post-MI: A role for endocardial trabeculation? (Theme 1)|