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We have 45 depression PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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4-year PhD Studentship: Novel immunological mechanisms and treatment targets for depression: evidence from randomised designs

Low-grade systemic inflammation represents one promising avenue for new mechanistic explanation and therapeutic development for depression, but success of future trials of immunotherapies will depend of optimum target selection based on evidence of causality. Read more

Environmental Effects on Inbreeding Depression (Distance Learning Project)

Background. Inbreeding is an important issue in evolutionary biology and ecology because of its profound implications for genetic variation and the evolution of mating systems and reproductive strategies. Read more

A network approach to bipolar disorder: developing a network analysis of the relationship between depression and mania

Project description. Abstract. Bipolar disorder is a severe but complex condition, which may not be entirely separate from the other psychotic disorders such as schizophrenia (Tamminga et al., 2014). Read more

Understanding reward processing in adolescent depression

In our research group NRG-lab.co.uk we are interested in the symptoms of depression in adolescents. We are interested in how to best measure symptoms of anhedonia and how we can possibly develop new treatments for it by examining reward function. Read more

The role of schools in supporting the mental health of neurodiverse young people: a mixed method study

Children and young people who have a neurodevelopmental condition such as ADHD or autism spectrum disorder (ASD), and those with additional learning needs (ALN) /special educational needs, are at greater risk of poor academic attainment, school exclusion and absence. Read more

4-year PhD Studentship: The relationship of psychological symptoms in dementias to genetic risk

Behavioural and neuropsychological symptoms are very common in dementias such as Alzheimer's Disease. These behavioural and neuropsychological symptoms cause considerable distress, are difficult to treat and the underlying biology remains unclear. Read more

Technology assisted Motivational Interviewing and self-regulated learning to enhance physical activity and health outcomes in adolescent cancer patients and survivors

Physical activity has a significant impact on health, with ‘conclusive and overwhelming’ scientific evidence available highlighting physical inactivity as a primary cause of 35 chronic diseases (Boothe et al., 2012) and can be considered a ‘vital sign’ (Golightly et al., 2017). Read more

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