Haematology case-control observational study at Guy's and St Thomas' Hospital
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Haematology Project at Guy’s Hospital
This is an observational case-control study looking at the demographic and clinical characteristics of a sub-population of patients that have myeloid malignancy.
This project will require 3 students to collect data on our cohort of patients starting as soon as possible. The students involved will understand how to analyse the data and discuss it within the context of current literature.
Students must be from King’s College London and preferably be pre-clinical (years 2 or 3), or intercalating students. Additionally, it will be looked favourably if you have access to electronic patient records at Guy’s and St Thomas’ trust (please mention explicitly whether you have this or not as we will need to help you gain access).
Students will be mentored by two 4th year medical students that have been working on this project for the last two academic years, as well as Dr Kordasti, a senior lecturer at King’s College London and honorary Haematologist at Guy’s Hospital.
The aim of this project is to analyse the data to publish as a paper and/or present in an international conference. The overarching output will be a publishable paper; all students involved will be credited as an author of this work.
The time commitment required is a few days of work a week, this can be tailored to suit your schedule and something we can discuss.
We would like passionate and enthusiastic students to be involved, this will be a great CV opportunity.
We look forwards to your application.