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Data-driven approaches to identifying patterns of asthma medication adherence

A new study published this week in Scientific Reports uses data-driven research to identify patterns of behaviour in children and how they follow their asthma medication regime. The paper identifies...
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Asthma UK Centre for Applied Research PhD studentships available

We are delighted to announce two new PhD studentships within the Asthma UK Centre for Applied Research, both based at Imperial College London. Training for the next generation of applied...
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Blog series: Asthma Diagnosis in Primary Care: How do you implement a decision support system in practice? – Luke Daines

Luke Daines, Asthma UK Centre for Applied Research affiliated PhD student reflects on his end of PhD workshop discussing asthma diagnosis in primary care. As well as having discussion groups...
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Blog series: Asthma Diagnosis in Primary Care: Patient and Professional Priorities – Luke Daines

Luke Daines, Asthma UK Centre for Applied Research affiliated PhD student reflects on his end of PhD workshop discussing asthma diagnosis in primary care. One of the priorities of my...
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Blog series: Asthma Diagnosis in Primary Care: A Clinical Prediction Model – Luke Daines

Nearing completion of his studies as an Asthma UK Centre for Applied Research affiliated PhD student, Luke Daines’ blog series reflects on a workshop he held in June 2020 focussing...
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4 Asthma UK Centre for Applied Research PhD graduates for 2020
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Congratulations to our latest PhD successes!

Congratulations go to our students Salina Ahmed, Christina-Jane Crossman-Barnes, Shauna McKibben and Marissa Mes on completing their PhD studies. Salina Ahmed Based at Queen Mary University of London, Salina’s PhD...
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Data-driven approaches to identifying asthma subtypes – what are the challenges?

In May 2020 a group of AUKCAR researchers from the University of Edinburgh had their review ‘Challenges of clustering multimodal clinical data: a review of applications in asthma subtyping’ published...
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Diversity stimulates depth and breadth of learning for PhD students

At the Asthma UK Centre for Applied Research, our PhD cohort have a wide range of educational backgrounds, and we believe this is necessary to nurture our students into becoming...
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Welcome to the Centre’s newest PhD students

The Asthma UK Centre for Applied Research is delighted to welcome three new recruits to our expanding PhD cohort. Each of our new students, who are based at two of...
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Centre PhD student team wins Digital Health Product Forge 2020

Congratulations go to Holly Tibble, a PhD student affiliated to the Asthma UK Centre for Applied Research who with her team won first place at Digital Health Product Forge hackathon...
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