The inter-disciplinary and world leading research in the School of Life Course Sciences spans landmark life-stages with the origins and understanding of common diseases using experimental medicine approaches encompassing basic sciences (genetics, molecular and cell biology) as well as translational (preclinical and clinical) research.
PhD/MD (Res) students can study a range of topics including:
The origins and life course of disease at all stages in life
Interactions between cause and effect - such as those which link environmental exposure/nutrition and genetics to development of diseases such as diabetes, obesity and allergy
Early detection, treatment and prevention of diseases
Funding opportunities are available Health Faculties Studentship page and King’s College London postgraduate funding database
For any enquiries relating to PhD applications and projects from our School, please contact our PGR Team
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