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MVLS/EPSRC - Magnetic resonance imaging physics for the study of small vessel disease in humans at ultra-high field

  Research Group: Institute of Neuroscience and Psychology
We are looking for a physicist or engineer to participate in a major initiative to develop the Living Laboratory at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital in Glasgow. Read more

PhD opportunities in Cognitive Neuroscience

Join cognitive neuroscientists, clinical neuroscientists, neuropsychologists, neurophysiologists, psychopharmacologists, sports and exercise psychologists, and carry out cutting-edge interdisciplinary research to understand and restore human brain function and health. Read more

Imaging metabolic pathways in the brain using magnetic resonance spectroscopy - MPhil Scholarship

Methodologies for studying in vivo metabolic pathways in the brain have the potential to significantly improve diagnosis and treatment of multiple conditions including metastatic brain cancer, neurodegenerative disease or traumatic brain injury. 13C magnetic resonance spectroscopic imaging has shown significant potential for the non-invasive imaging of key metabolites in the brain. Read more

Fluency and Context in Recognition Memory

This project relates to a sort of ‘memory illusion’. On a recognition memory test, increasing the perceptual fluency of a test cue increases the likelihood that the word will be endorsed as ‘familiar’, even if it hasn’t been seen in the study phase (and therefore should have been called ‘new’). Read more

Function Brain imaging in disease: what are the activation maps really telling us?

Functional brain imaging methods such as functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) have already revolutionized how we can study the processes and functioning of the healthy human brain and are making an increasing impact on our understanding on what goes wrong in disease of the brain. Read more
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(EPSRC DTP) Imaging vascular inflammation in the brain using molecular MRI

The brain’s vasculature forms part of a highly specialized structure called the blood-brain barrier (BBB). The primary role of the BBB is to prevent damaging compounds or pathogens in the blood from entering the brain, while efficiently delivering essential nutrients to brain tissue. Read more

Interpretable and transparent machine learning algorithms for medical image computing

The. UKRI Centre for Doctoral Training in Accountable, Responsible and Transparent AI (ART-AI). at the University of Bath is inviting applications for a PhD project based in the Department of Computer Science and under the joint supervision of . Read more

Robust Deep Learning for Medical Image Reconstruction

The Department of Biomedical Engineering at the University of Dundee is inviting applications for a self-funded PhD research project under the supervision of Dr Alessandro Perelli. Read more

Developing novel methods of kidney MRI acquisition and image analysis using artificial intelligence

Nephrons are the basic functional unit of the kidney, an organ with a central role in maintaining homeostasis in the body. The number of nephrons in the kidneys and their microstructure reflect the success of renal development and the trajectory of renal health through life. Read more

Influence of exercise and/or nutrition on bone and cartilage metabolism

Loughborough University is a top-ten rated university in England for research intensity (REF, 2014) and an outstanding 66% of the work of Loughborough’s academic staff who were eligible to be submitted to the REF was judged as ‘world-leading’ or ‘internationally excellent’, compared to a national average figure of 43%. Read more

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