Our BRC PhD students hosted a takeover on the Guy’s and St Thomas’ Research Twitter account – @GSTTResearch. . On Friday 21 August, the team shared photos of themselves and talked about what they are studying. Here’s a summary of what they said during the day.
Our @NIHRResearch BRC supports a number of training courses including our #PhD studentship. Today, our PhD students are taking over our account to give you an idea of what they’re working on. First up is Helen from @kingsdentistry Centre for Host-Microbiome Interactions.
Next we have Angel Menendez Vazquez who is in the first year of his PhD in the @KCLImmunoMicro Department of Inflammation Biology.He is looking at inflammatory diseases, particularly #asthma.
Meet Alice from the @kingsmedicine Randall Centre for Cell and Molecular Biophysics. She’s just about to upgrade her MRes to a PhD.
Enjoy your lunch break by learning about Mahedah and her work at @CSCRM. She’s currently in the first year of her PhD. We spoke to Mahedah earlier this year about how she continued her work during lockdown bit.ly/researchlockdown.
Say hello to @TomlinsonGAS who is at the @kingsmedicine Department of Medical and Molecular Genetics in the process of finishing his #masters and upgrading to a #PhD. His work is looking at predicting #heartdisease, so that patients can get the right treatment quickly.
Lilli is in the first year of her PhD in #WomensHealth, looking at a condition called Fetal Growth Restriction with the aim of predicting and preventing stillbirths. She’s currently working in the @kingsmedicine Department of Medical and Molecular Genetics.
Our final student of the day, Roman, is at the @CSCRM and is moving onto his PhD shortly. Thank you to all of our students and we look forward to seeing what you do next!
Rebecca Oakey, Training Lead at the NIHR Guy’s and St Thomas’ BRC and Dean for Doctoral Studies at King’s College London, said: “The NIHR Guy’s and St Thomas’ BRC training cluster is delighted and very proud of its fantastic PhD cohort. It’s great to see the enthusiasm and excitement their wide range of research projects are generating! Keep on tweeting!”.