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obesity PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 61 obesity PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

PhD candidate - Origin of Obesity and Metabolic Disorders in Childhood (f/m/x)

We are Helmholtz Munich. In a rapidly changing world, we discover breakthrough solutions for better health. Our research is focused within the areas of metabolic health/diabetes, environmental health, molecular targets and therapies, cell programming and repair, bioengineering, and computational health. Read more

Effect of obesity on bone strength and implication on the risk of hip fracture

There is a clear and unmet need to address the diagnosis of hip fracture risk associated with osteoporosis. Whereas low weight is a well-documented risk factor for future bone fractures, a high body weight seems to protect against hip fracture. Read more

Fully funded Master by Research in Biology studentships: Analysing datasets in disease models of obesity

FUNDING (October 2024 start  - September 2025 finish). 1 year full-time Master by Research studentship (this covers all university tuition fees and research project costs, plus £19,237/year tax free ‘stipend’ for living expenses) in the Department of Biology. Read more

Human Appetite and Obesity

The School of Psychology invites applications from prospective postgraduate researchers who wish to commence study for a PhD in the academic year 2024/25 for the Thomas Ward Scholarship. Read more
Last chance to apply

Targeting the extracellular matrix remodelling for the treatment of obesity-associated cardio-renal dysfunction

Obesity is a risk factor for many chronic metabolic diseases including heart failure and chronic kidney disease. Our lab demonstrated a tight association between increased deposition of extracellular matrix components (e.g. Read more

Identifying cognitive and biochemical changes underlying lifestyle risk factors for dementia

  Research Group: Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics
Dementia describes a group of age-associated conditions of which cognitive decline is a major feature. Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is the most common cause of dementia and is characterised by the onset of a gradual cognitive decline. Read more

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