Our current postgraduate students are:
Dr Sheila Grecian
Dr Emmanuel Sandoval Garcia
Eryk Jan Grzeszkowiak
PhD student; particularly interested in the association between metabolomics data and incidence and prognosis of cardiovascular diseases among both diabetes and non-diabetes patients.
Dr Wardah Khalid
PhD student; her focus is on the development and validation of diabetes specific dementia risk prediction model based on novel biomarkers.
PhD Student; interested in the genetics of cardiometabolic disease. I work on novel disease gene discovery, using imaging data on body composition from Scottish and other UK cohorts.
PhD student on a Precision Medicine Doctoral Training Programme; interested in biomarkers associated with declining kidney function and development of renal disease in people with type 2 diabetes.
PhD student and Marie Curie Early Stage Researcher; her research goal is to investigate the genetic regulation of N-glycomic traits, focusing in particular on low frequency and rare genetic variants.
PhD student; interested in the usage of polygenic risk scores for the prediction of complex genetic traits and discovery of dysregulated and altered pathways for use in precision medicine.
PhD student and analyst; studying the genetic epidemiology of type 1 diabetes and its complications such as kidney, eye and heart disease.
Paul R.H.J. Timmers
PhD student; interested in colorectal cancer prognostic study, particularly in risk prediction and prognostic models.
PhD student; whose research interest is molecular epidemiology of colorectal cancer risk.