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This PhD programme is training in a new generation of researchers in regenerative medicine.
PhD supervisors have been selected across departments from King’s campuses, for their expertise in core areas of relevance to regenerative medicine.
Collectively, the supervisors provide knowledge in diseases of unmet clinical need, in innate and adaptive immunity, in organ transplantation and clinical trials of cell and gene therapies. Supervisors also have scientific expertise in relevant models of endogenous tissue repair, and knowledge of bioengineering, disease modelling, drug screens and cell tracking in patients.
Students of this programme will address these questions with access to King’s world class resources such as the Nikon Imaging Centre, Wellcome Trust – EPSRC Centre of Excellence in Medical Engineering and the MRC Centre for Transplantation. This programme will equip students to further translate science into regenerative medicine so that they graduate with excellent career prospects.
Cohort 2016 – Homeostasis, regeneration and tumour formation in the mammalian epidermis
Cohort 2017 – Bench to bedside: Current advances in regenerative medicine
Please direct all ***ENQUIRIES*** regarding the programme to Dr Fay Minty - firstname.lastname@example.org.
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