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neuroimaging PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 44 neuroimaging PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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Fully funded PhD scholarship in Next Generation of Optical Neuroimaging

Duration of study. Full time - 4 years fixed term (1y MRes + 3y PhD). Starting date. September 2024. Application deadline. 24 May 2024 (interviews early June 2024). Read more

Common genetic origins of visual and neurocognitive disorders

There is emerging evidence that apparently distinct neurodegenerative diseases have common genetic origins. For example, genes such as ARMS2 and HTRA1, which are fundamental to regulating neuronal health, are implicated in both dementia and diseases of the retina (particularly age-related macular degeneration). Read more

The neurophysiological basis of spontaneous fluctuations in neuroimaging signals

A technique called blood oxygen level dependent (BOLD) functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) can determine levels of different activity in parts of the living human brain and how malfunctions can occur in disease. Read more

Understanding neurovascular coupling and its importance in the interpretation of modern neuroimaging techniques

During the past two decades, blood oxygenation level dependent (BOLD) functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) has become the scientific technique of choice for investigating human brain function in the field of cognitive neuroscience. Read more

An investigation of the neural basis of changes in tactile acuity during healthy ageing and its impact on emotional wellbeing

The sense of touch refers to the perception of tactile stimuli through specialised receptors called mechanoreceptors. During tactile exploration, humans typically use their hands, which are densely innervated by these mechanoreceptors. Read more

Targeting the sweet tooth to curb population-wide sugar intake

Excess intake of dietary sugars are a major contributor to obesity, and type 2 diabetes and 82% of people state that taste is the major determinant of what they buy and eat. Read more

Intertemporal Processes in Neurocognitive Development

Join a programme of work that aims to build conceptual and empirical bridges between the physiological, psychological, and cultural influences on human adolescent development. Read more

The social brain: investigating the neurocognitive mechanisms supporting social interaction

The position is available to start in October 2024. Applications are invited for a three-year Postgraduate studentship, supported by the College of Health and Life Sciences, to be undertaken within the Cognition and Neuroscience Research Group at Aston University. Read more

Using ultrasound thalamotomy as an opportunity to understand the contributions of the human thalamus to decision making and learning

The contribution of the human thalamic nuclei to decision making are poorly understood and a focus of considerable interest given their routine use as safe targets for functional neurosurgery in tremor and Parkinson's disease. Read more

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