Show/hide main menu


PhD Students

 NameSupervisorsProject TitleDepartmentEmailPhone
Samah Alageel Professor Martin Gulliford & Dr Alexandru Dregan An epidemiological study of health promotion in primary care. PCPHS  
Naomi Beinart Dr Emma Godfrey & Professor John Weinman Enhancing adherence to exercise for chronic back pain: the role of executive function, memory and treatment beliefs.  PR 020 7848 6679
Joana Carvalho de Vasconcelos Professor Toby Prevost & Dr Rebecca Turner Developing meta-analysis methods for health trials.  PCPHS 020 7848 8225
Khurshid Choudhry  Professor David Armstrong & Dr Alexandru Dregan Investigation into obesity in prison.  PCPHS  
Elise Crayton Dr Alison Wright & Dr mark Ashworth Developing a novel and feasible adherence intervention for stroke survivors.  PCPHS  
Siobhan Crichton Professor Janet Peacock & Professor Charles Wolfe Methods for handling missing data.  PCPHS 020 7848 6685
Marion Fahey Dr Abdel Douiri & Professor Charles Wolfe Prediction, Prevention and Personalised long term care for Stroke.  PCPHS 020 7848 8732
Melissa Galea Holmes Dr Lindsay Bearne & Professor John Weinman Peripheral arterial disease and walking behaviour: the role of patient cognitions.  PR 020 7848 6679
Nisha Hazra Professor Martin Gulliford & Professor Chris McKevitt Epidemiology of ageing using electronic health records.  PCPHS 020 7848 6621
Fowzia Ibrahim Professor Toby Prevost & Dr Brian Tom Missing data methods for composite trial outcomes.  PCPHS 020 7848 8734
Nonso Igwesi-Chidobe Dr Emma Godfrey & Dr Isaac Sorinola Development and preliminary evaluation of a self-management programme for people with non-specific chronic low back pain (CLBP) in rural Nigeria.  PR 020 7848 6679
Tania Kalsi Dr Danielle Harari & Dr Yanzhong Wang The impact of comprehensive geriatric assessments in older people undergoing chemotherapy.  PCPHS   
Maria Kordowicz Dr Mark Ashworth & Professor Ewan Ferlie Understanding 'poor' performing general practices.  PCPHS 020 7848 8734
Ion Lascurain Aguirrebena Dr Duncan Critchley & Professor Di Newham Mechanisms of action of cervical mobilisations in people with neck pain.  PR  020 7848 6679
Dana Maki Dr Duncan Critchley & Dr Paul Watson To determine the acceptability and effectiveness of a physiotherapist-led pain management programme for patients with low back pain in Bahrain.  PR 020 7848 6679
Iain Marshall Professor Chris McKevitt & Professor Charles Wolfe Evidence-based medicine and the patient in cardiovascular disease prevention.  PCPHS 020 7848 8675
Laura Meade Dr Lindsay Bearne & Dr Emma Godfrey Enhancing exercise adherence in patients with chronic back pain through a behaviour change approach. PR  
Kitty Mohan Professor Charles Wolfe & Professor Janet Peacock The natural history of stroke recurrence after first-ever stroke.  PCPHS 020 7848 6612
Martine Nurek Dr Olga Kostopoulou & Dr York Hagmayer Predecisional information distortion in physicians' diagnostic judgements: bolstering or denigration?  PCPHS 020 7848 8730
Mercy Ofuya Professor Janet Peacock & Dr Odile Sauzet Dichotomisation of continuous outcomes in medical research.  PCPHS 020 7848 8733
Clémence Pinel Professor Chris McKevitt & Professor Barbara Prainsack The construction of the environment in epigenetics – a social science study PCPHS 020 7848 7862
Judith Partridge Dr Danielle Harari & Dr Finbarr Martin Improving outcomes for older patients undergoing vascular surgery.  PCPHS  
Eloise Radcliffe Professor Myfanwy Morgan & Dr Karen Lowton Stroke and identity among people of advanced older age: A biographical approach.  PCPHS 020 7848 6638
Sarah Roberts-Lewis Dr Claire White & Dr Michael Rose Promoting Physical Activity for Adults with Muscle Disease.  PR 020 7848 6349
Omer Saka Professor Charles Wolfe & Professor Alistair McGuire Stroke: Economic Consequences of the Disease and the Cost Effective Options for Therapy.  PCPHS  
Diana Silva Dr Benjamin Barratt & Professor Chris McKevitt Assessing the impact of air pollution information and evidence gathered through community-led projects on individual's perceptions and behaviour.  PCPHS  
Elizabeth Taylor Professor Chris McKevitt & Dr Fiona Jones Implementing evidence based care in stroke rehabilitation: an ethnographic study of therapeutic activity and quality standards.  PCPHS 020 7848 6685
Marius Terblanche Professor Charles Wolfe & Professor Kathy Rowan Understanding the selection criteria of severe sepsis trials and their impact on trial results.  PCPHS   
Sitemap Site help Terms and conditions  Privacy policy  Accessibility  Modern slavery statement  Contact us

© 2020 King's College London | Strand | London WC2R 2LS | England | United Kingdom | Tel +44 (0)20 7836 5454