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We have 26 maternal health PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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PhD studentship opportunities in Environment and Health Epidemiology and Exposure Assessment

We invite applications for 3-year PhD studentships in the MRC Centre for Environment and Health and two NIHR Health Protection Research Units in Environmental Exposures and Health and Chemical and Radiation Threats and Hazards. Read more

Enhancing Women’s Access and Experiences of Care during Pregnancy through Digital Health Technologies

  Research Group: Cybersecurity, Privacy and HCC Research Section
This project is in collaboration with the University of Leicester, the University of Cape Town, and the broader EPSRC/GCRF funded UK-South Africa CoMaCH Network on Co-designing community-based digital health interventions for maternal and child health. Read more

Enhancing Complementary Feeding Practices through Digital Health Technologies in Peru

  Research Group: Cybersecurity, Privacy and HCC Research Section
This project is in collaboration with the School of Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences, Loughborough University and the Institute of Nutritional Research in Lima, Peru. Read more

The Evolution of maternal effects in Daphnia

Maternal effects arise when the environment or phenotype of the mother influences the phenotype of her offspring. Theory predicts that when environments are heterogeneous and predictable parents should evolve the capacity to alter the phenotypes of their offspring in an adaptive manner. Read more

The role of the immune system in women’s reproductive health

The human endometrium is a highly dynamic tissue that rapidly regenerates over approximately 20 days and differentiates to form a uterus lining receptive to embryo implantation, further transforming into decidua to support embryonic development, or breaking down before regenerating a few days later. Read more

Bringing up baby: in search of novel biomarkers for obesity risk using stable isotope ratios in incremental tissues in mother/infant pairs

  Research Group: Archaeological and Forensic Sciences
“We are what we eat” and the proteins in our diet are recorded in the tissues we grow. The hair and fingernails of newborn infants record chemical changes (isotope ratios of nitrogen and carbon) which we can measure to assess diet from before birth through the first year of life. Read more

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