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behavioural genetics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 11 behavioural genetics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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Psychology Doctoral Research Studentship - The development and consequences of symptoms of pain and common mental health problems

Please click on the 'Visit institution website' to the right for further details and how to apply. Chronic pain, defined as persistent or recurrent pain lasting three months or more, is a global health concern affecting an estimated 20% of the world population. Read more

Funded PhD - Determining the genetic and circadian basis of bipolar disorder

This project will be part of the University of Bristol - University of Kent Cotutelle Programme. It will be jointly supervised by Prof James Hodge (http://www.bristol.ac.uk/phys-pharm-neuro/people-new/hodge/) and Dr Alice French at the University of Bristol, and by Prof Gurprit Lall at University of Kent. Read more

Investigating Neuropeptide Signalling From Synthesis to Survival

Neuropeptides, comprising of short amino acid chains, are potent bioactive molecules with extensive neuromodulatory functions and are predominantly expressed within the central nervous system. Read more

Targeting ageing and neurodegenerative diseases using the fruit-fly Drosophila melanogaster

In the last 20 years the fruit fly Drosophila melanogaster emerged as a pre-eminent model system for studying changes that occur during both normal and pathological ageing (~75 per cent of the genes that cause disease in humans are also found in the fruit fly!). Read more

Tissue Regeneration and Cancer MSc Research Programme

The Tissue Regeneration and Cancer MSc Research Programme at the University of Glasgow, will deliver high quality research, training and mentorship to excellent and ambitious students interested in cancer research, including- but not limited to- its intersection with stem cell biology, immunity, metabolism, development, regenerative biology, and behavioural science. Read more

Early life environment changes how organisms age.

This project will help understand why organisms age differently by establishing the effect of early life environments on epigenetic ageing in the model insect, Nasonia vitripennis. Read more
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