Current PhD students

Our current PhD students form a vibrant and active group - though they are based at various locations around the UK. Each of our PhD students are undertaking a unique project in the field of applied asthma research, and have supervisors from at least two member institutions.

Affiliate students have been formally adopted by the Centre. They must be based in one of our member institutions, and be working on a study that aligns with our programmes of work and/or platforms. Benefits of being an affiliated PhD student include access to the post-graduate training scheme.

Our PhD students

Salina Ahmed

Developing and piloting asthma self-management interventions for South Asians

Mohammad Al Sallakh

Creating and utilising a Wales Asthma Observatory to support health policy, health service planning and clinical research

Mohammad Romel Bhuia

Prevalence and Disease Burden of Asthma: Global, Regional and National Estimates and Projections

Christina-Jane Crossman-Barnes

Economic evaluation of a primary care at-risk asthma register

Luke Daines

Deriving and validating a clinical prediction rule for the diagnosis of asthma

Karim el Ferkh

Burden of asthma co-morbidity in the UK: secondary analyses of national databases from England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales

Elsie Horne

Identifying asthma subtypes from electronic health records using machine learning

Io Chi-Yan Hui

Developing, refining and piloting an integrated IT application to support asthma self-management

Tracy Jackson

The impact of incentives on implementation of asthma self-management: a mixed methods assessment

Caroline Katzer

Development and pilot-testing of a theory-based intervention to improve adherence in adults with asthma

Lee Koh

Monitoring air pollution exposure and its impact on asthma management in children – a feasibility study.

Shauna McKibben

Feasibility and impact of implementing electronic flagging alerts of bronchodilator overuse in primary care.

Ann McMurray

Parent and patient perspectives of fatal and near fatal asthma, a qualitative study

Marissa Mes

Pharmacists as the delivery channel for adherence support in asthma: A United Kingdom study

Christina Pearce

Adherence in Children with problematic Severe Asthma

Adam Peel

The utility of biomarkers in the management of acute asthma: a feasibility study

Aryelly Rodriguez

Are anonymised databases truly anonymous?

Mousumi Sengupta

Learning Health Systems: Translating current approaches into a chronic disease management framework

Christos Stefanidis

Vitamin D in the treatment of asthma: a Cochrane review and feasibility studies for trials of vitamin D supplementation in children

Holly Tibble

Medication non-adherence in asthma: data-driven approaches to understanding patient behaviour

Eleftheria Vasileiou

Seasonal Influenza Vaccine Effectiveness in Asthma

Charles Winn

Influence of high-intensity interval training in adolescents with asthma: The x4a trial: eXercise for Asthma
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