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  Neuro-biomechanics of movement recovery (PomeroyVU18SF)
  Prof Valerie Pomeroy
Application Deadline: 31 May 2019
The 3-year research investigation for this studentship will focus on advancing knowledge of the neuro-biomechanical mechanisms of movement recovery after stroke.
  MRC DiMeN Doctoral Training Partnership: Development and application of fast Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopic Imaging methods for neuro-chemical profiling
  Prof J Schneider, Dr S Short
Application Deadline: 21 January 2019
While Magnetic Resonance Imaging is well established to assess anatomy, structure and function in patients and in animal models of human disease alike, (routine) MR Spectroscopy tools to investigate metabolic alterations are far less common.
  MRC DiMeN Doctoral Training Partnership: From cells to mind: Relational neurons and computations creating mental structures crucial for learning and memory
  Prof C Petkov, Prof T Griffiths, Prof M Kaiser, Dr B Wilson
Application Deadline: 21 January 2019
Nowadays, the vast majority of scientific advances depend on interdisciplinary training and approaches.
  Advanced Spectral Analysis and Data Sonification in Neuroscience: investigating novel methods of studying and analysing EEG
  Dr D Vicinanza, Dr F Panin
Applications accepted all year round
Research Group. The research will be conducted within the Sound and Game Engineering (SAGE) Research Group in collaboration with the Faculty of Medical Science.
  SmartEHR: Predicting patient outcomes live from imaging and non-imaging EHR data
  Dr J Cardoso
Applications accepted all year round
1st Supervisor - Dr Jorge Cardoso. 2nd Supervisor - Professor Richard Dobson. This project aims to leverage the EHR data collection infrastructure developed at KCH together imaging and non-imaging data, to provide diagnostic, prognostic information and operational outcomes in real time.
  Design and Development of Artificial Nerve Grafts
  Dr K Andrews
Applications accepted all year round
Reference Number. EMRC-KDA-2018-2-PhD. Project Summary. There is a lack of viable treatment options for nerve damage and disease in humans.
  Taking a neuroeconomic approach to understanding financial decision-making
  Dr N Hinvest
Application Deadline: 29 January 2019
Improving financial decision-making capability in individuals or teams made up of clients, consumers, business teams and beyond is important for helping people realise greater utility, whether in terms of wealth, happiness, efficiency or something else.
  Understanding the structure and function of human aquaporins: combining site-directed mutagenesis and mammalian cell culture techniques to elucidate the key residues of AQP proteins required for these processes
  Dr A Conner
Applications accepted all year round
PhD Research project. Aquaporins are an ancient family of proteins that provide a route for water to rapidly move in and out of cells in response to the changing needs of the body.
  Understanding eye-hand coordination in object interception – a computational modelling approach
  Dr S-H Yeo
Applications accepted all year round
This PhD project with Dr Yeo will focus on understanding how we perform interception. Interceptive movements--such as catching a gently thrown ball, quickly grabbing a tilting cup to avoid spilling or even just handshaking someone--feel like trivial everyday tasks for us that seemingly look too simple to study.
  Super-fast, super-resolution imaging in awake, behaving animals
  Prof N Hartell, Prof J Lees
Applications accepted all year round
Recent advances in microscopy have made it possible to record optically from neurones in the brain in awake, behaving animals. One approach is to use miniature, head mounted microscopes combined with a thin, implanted, objective lens.
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