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  Inner ear development and evolution - investigating prenatal development of the inner ear region at the micro and macro-anatomical level
  Dr N Jeffery
Applications accepted all year round
Sound and head movements are detected by the inner ear, providing signals that are integral to how species move, interact and survive (e.g.
  The evolution of human and gorilla locomotor ecology
  Dr S K Thorpe, Dr W Sellers
Application Deadline: 29 March 2019
The transition from arboreal to terrestrial life has long been recognized as the major ecological transition in early human evolution that led to the evolution of bipedal locomotion and thus freed the hands from locomotor activities, and allowed the manufacture of stone tools.
  Modelling the electrical stimulation of the human cochlear nerve based on segmented high-resolution micro-computer tomography scans
  Prof A Schrott-Fischer
Application Deadline: 31 March 2019
The Inner Ear Laboratory at the Medical University of Innsbruck is a leading research group in Otology. A position for a PhD studentship is available here to evaluate high-resolution microCT scans of the adult human inner ear.
  Deformable 3D reconstruction of endoluminal anatomy by miniature steerable chip-on-tip endoscopy
  Dr C Bergeles
Applications accepted all year round
1st Supervisor - Dr Christos Bergeles. 2nd Supervisor - Professor Kawal Rhode. Chip-on-tip steerable endoscopes are rapidly improving due to tandem innovation in robotics technology and highly-integrated cameras.
  The genomic basis of chiral variation and speciation in mirror-image snails
  Dr A Davison, Dr A MacColl
Applications accepted all year round
While our bodies are bilaterally symmetric on the outside, the internal organs exhibit consistent, directional asymmetries in their position or anatomy, such that left/right positional errors are an important class of human birth defect, and in later life, numerous diseases affect seemingly symmetric organs in a lateralised fashion.
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