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  Anxiety and motivation in Autism – are social behavioural features driven by social anxiety rather than by a reduced reward response to social stimuli?
  Prof B Chakrabarti
Applications accepted all year round
Social behavioural difficulties are commonly reported by individuals with Autism Spectrum Conditions (ASC). One of the leading theories suggests that these difficulties are brought about by a reduced reward response to social stimuli, i.e.
  MASTERS BY RESEARCH PROJECT: Approach – Avoidance foraging; a novel and ethological rodent assay to evaluate anxiety-like behaviour and the brain networks that support it
  Dr R Apps, Dr B Lumb, Dr C Lawrenson
Applications accepted all year round
Start 23 September 2019. This MSc by Research is a laboratory-based project which offers the exciting opportunity to spend one year in one of our State-of-the-Art laboratories (and a year to write-up) at the University of Bristol and experience life as a researcher.
  MSc BY RESEARCH PROJECT ’Approach – Avoidance foraging; a novel and ethological rodent assay to evaluate anxiety-like behaviour and the brain networks that support it’
  Dr B Lumb, Prof R Apps, Dr C Lawrenson, Dr Robert Drake
Application Deadline: 30 June 2019
This Masters by Research (MSc) is entirely laboratory based giving you the best possible experience of life as a researcher as well enough time to develop skills and techniques.
  Adolescent anxiety - Approach and avoidance
  Dr L Levita
Applications accepted all year round
Adolescence does not end until one’s mid-twenties, it is a prolonged period of change both physically and mentally. Unfortunately, it is also a period associated with high levels of anxiety and risk for developing anxiety disorders.
  Putting the ‘C’ into CBT: using translational cognitive neuroscience to understand treatment response in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
  Dr O Robinson, Prof R Shafran, Prof G Lewis
Application Deadline: 22 April 2019
The new Institute of Mental Health at UCL is seeking a PhD student to work on an interdisciplinary project exploring the cognitive factors underlying CBT.
  Mental health promotion and prevention: Understanding the role of the workplace in reducing risk for depressive and anxiety disorders (SandersonKU18SF1)
  Prof K Sanderson
Application Deadline: 31 May 2019
Background and Aims. Depression and anxiety in working adults are prevalent and costly. Mental health promotion and prevention in workplaces is a collective responsibility but much of the evidence base focusses on the individual and much of the evidence comes from outside the UK.
  Improving care and support for psychological morbidity in patients with advanced COPD and their informal carers (FarquharMU18SF)
  Dr M Farquhar
Application Deadline: 31 May 2019
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is a common chronic respiratory condition with high symptom-burden, slow relentless progressive impact, and substantial informal carer-burden.
  Risk and resilience factors for psychosocial outcomes following breast reconstruction following breast cancer
  Prof B Grunfeld
Applications accepted all year round
There are mixed psychosocial outcomes following breast reconstruction; there are variations in self-reported mood, fear of recurrence, satisfaction with the reconstruction and body image concerns.
  Investigating the unintended consequences of providing general practice patients with access to their online medical records.
  Dr G Lasseter, Dr J Horwood, Prof G Feder
Applications accepted all year round
Background. Partial patient online access to medical records is already offered by most general practices in England.
  Identification of a biomarker of sensory dysfunction for patients who have developed neuropathic pain following cancer chemotherapy using functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) and machine learning.
  Prof D Steele, Prof L Colvin
Applications accepted all year round
Background. Acute pain is intrinsically unpleasant and aversive but is useful as it has survival benefit. However, many people suffer from chronic treatment-resistant pain that lasts months or years, lacks survival benefit, seriously impairs quality of life and causes unnecessary suffering.
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