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  • Population based evaluation of actin cytoskeletal morphometric descriptors as characterisation of stem cell differentiation 

    Dodhy, Asad (Queen Mary University of London, 2018-09-14)
    Stem cells have yet to contribute to their full potential in the field of regenerative medicine and further understanding of the underlying kinetics of cell differentiation could be the step forward. Various methods have ...
  • Deep Neural Networks for Music Tagging 

    Choi, Keunwoo (Queen Mary University of London, 2018-09-19)
    In this thesis, I present my hypothesis, experiment results, and discussion that are related to various aspects of deep neural networks for music tagging. Music tagging is a task to automatically predict the suitable ...
  • The Role of Dlk1 in in vivo Adipogenesis 

    Cassidy, Fearon (Queen Mary University of London, 2018-09-25)
    Misregulation of Dlk1, a paternally expressed imprinted gene, is known to cause adipose phenotypes in both mice and humans. It is now known that the type of fat a person has, the location of and type of expansion are all ...
  • Mortgage lending and macroprudential policy in the UK and US 

    Brener, Alan (Queen Mary University of London, 2018-09-17)
    For many decades both UK and US politicians have encouraged homeownership supported by mortgage lending. Exuberant borrowing has fuelled housing booms and is central to many recent financial problems. As a consequence ...
  • The feasibility of screening for viral hepatitis in immigrant populations 

    Appleby, Victoria (Queen Mary University of London, 2018-09-19)
    Globally, it is estimated that 240 million people are infected with chronic viral hepatitis B and in excess of 185 million people with chronic hepatitis C. The burden of disease from hepatitis is concentrated in developing ...
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