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babies PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 16 babies PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

Low Glucose Levels in Babies

We know that low glucose levels in newborn babies can lead to brain injury, but we do not know how low these levels need to be for how long in which babies, and whether other factors also influence whether brain injury occurs. Read more

How do deaf babies learn to communicate? A comparison of parent-infant interaction in Deaf and hearing families

Good early communication skills from an important foundation for children’s later education and social interactions. Infant deafness often creates significant barriers in learning these skills. Read more

Neonatal hypoglycaemia guidelines

Neonatal hypoglycaemia is the most common metabolic disturbance in newborns and a preventable cause of irreversible brain injury. Read more

Non-linear cochlear mechanics: Models and measurements

Supervisory Team.   Ben Lineton. Project description. The mechanical response of the cochlea to sound exhibits an intriguing array of different non-linear phenomena, involving interactions across time and frequency. Read more

Assessing blood flow control in the brain

Supervisory Team.   Profs. David Simpson. Project description. Blood flow to the brain is controlled by a series of interacting complex physiological mechanisms that ensure an adequate supply at all times. Read more

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