Minimum 2:1 degree or equivalent in a relevant discipline
Months of entry
Major areas of research are cellular and molecular mechanisms of the resolution and persistance of lung inflammation and scarring; mechanisms of acute lung injury in the adult respiratory distress syndrome; gene therapeutic approaches to the augmentation of genes that protect against tissue injury in lung inflammation; biology of small cell lung cancer; the effects of cigarette smoke, ozone and other pollutants on the lung; sleep apnoea and applied lung physiology.
Qualification and course duration
Course contact details
- Prof C Haslett
- 0131 536 2263
- 0131 536 2274