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Effects of exercise on brain function, food craving, and appetite

Unhealthy dietary choice is one of the major causes of obesity, cardiovascular disease (CVD), and Type 2 diabetes (T2D). Despite evidence suggesting that a healthy diet reduces the risk of obesity, CVD and T2D, the impulse to consume highly palatable foods is difficult to be inhibited. Read more

Central regulation of appetite and body weight

Our laboratory is interested in how the brain regulates appetite and body weight. We use a multi-disciplined approach; studying gene expression, cellular function, brain connectivity and behaviour. Read more

Run for Your Life: Leveraging Exercise to Protect Against Dementia

Supervisors. Professor Hugh Piggins, University of Bristol, Professor Jon Brown, University of Exeter, Dr Lukasz Chrobok, University of Bristol, Dr Pi-Shan Chang, University of Bristol. Read more

SELF-FUNDING MSc BY RESEARCH PROJECT: Circadian Oscillators in Drinking and Feeding Brain Circuits.

Daily or circadian rhythms pervade all aspects of our physiology and behaviour (Hastings et al., 2018). By convention, these rhythms are attributed to the activity of the brain’s suprachiasmatic nuclei (SCN). Read more

University of Cambridge ESRC Doctoral Training Partnership Studentships

The University of Cambridge ESRC Doctoral Training Partnership [DTP] is pleased to offer at least 33 studentships for admission in October 2023, in the following broad areas of enquiry in the social sciences. Read more

Leveraged Lending, Risk Taking and Financial Stability

Ultra-low interest rates have fuelled a surge in leveraged loans in recent years, and regulators are concerned that large debt loads could become unmanageable, accelerating the decline of heavily indebted companies and potentially exposing banks to losses. Read more
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