Student by poster

If you wish to discuss joining our group to complete a PhD please contact m.wheatley@imperial.ac.uk or any of our named supervisors for advice.

 


Mary Brian (October 2015- )
Developing new methods for identifying important biological proteins present in ambient air pollution.  
Supervised by: Professor JarvisDr Jones and Professor Burney.

Jen Canizales (July 2016- )
Laboratory animal allergy: a changing world. 
Supervised by: Dr JonesProfessor Cullinan and Dr Feary.

Silvia Colicino (July 2014- )
The application of Bayesian Machine Learning for the prediction of allergic respiratory disease in later childhood.
Supervised by: Professor Cullinan and Dr Minelli.

Alicia Gayle (February 2017- )
Safety and Outcomes associated with use of Inhaled Corticosteroids (ICS) in patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD).
Supervised by: Dr Quint.

Amy MacDougall (August 2016- ) 
Towards understanding the causal mechanisms driving growth and nutrition in early Cystic Fibrosis.
Supervised by: 
Professor Jarvis and Dr Stanojevic, University of Toronto.

Anne Marie Russell (p/t, June 2013 - )
Development of a Patient Reported Outcome Measure to assess and monitor health status in patients diagnosed with Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis (IPF):  IPF PRoM study. 
Supervised by: Professor Cullinan, Dr Maher and Professor Georgina Jones, Leeds Beckett University.

Anne Morgan (June 2015-  )
Vascular disease among people with COPD: towards better prevention and treatment.
Supervised by: Dr Quint.

Jaymini Patel (August 2015- )
Investigation of risk factors of chronic airflow obstruction in the BOLD study using Bayesian methods to increase power Ph. 
Supervised by: Dr Minelli and Professor Burney.

Miguel Pereira (November 2014- ) 
Integrated Bayesian approach to incorporate prior biological knowledge in the investigation of genetic variants associated with lung function and disease. 
Supervised by: Dr Minelli, Dr Thompson, University of Leicester and Professor Burney.

Jate Ratanachina (June 2017- )
The influence of occupational exposures on respiratory health with a specific focus on low- and middle-income countries.
Supervised by: Professor Burney, Professor Cullinan and Dr De Matteis.

Carl Reynolds (October 2016 - )
Is occupational asbestos exposure an under-recognized cause of Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis? 
Supervised by: Professor Cullinan.