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pregnancy PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 82 pregnancy PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

Enhancing Women’s Access and Experiences of Care during Pregnancy through Digital Health Technologies [Self-Funded Students Only]

  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 https://comach.melissadensmore.com/. Read more

Fully funded three-and-a-half-year PhD programme in Pregnancy Research at The University of Edinburgh

Application deadline. Thursday 6th June 2024, 12 noon (GMT). Start date. Mid-September-1st October 2024. Fully-funded PhD scholarships are available for up to 3 candidates. Read more

Exploring the experiences of fear of movement in pregnant population as a barrier to exercise uptake (Ref: SSEHS/EPVC)

Regular participation in exercise during pregnancy is associated with significant benefits for the mother and baby, with reduced risks of common pregnancy concerns such as hypertension, gestational diabetes, weight gain, preterm birth, maternal psychosocial wellbeing and potential benefits for cognitive and language development in children. Read more

Use of a novel conjugation approach to generate a long-acting growth hormone receptor antagonist

Targeting the growth hormone (GH) signalling pathway could be an effective therapeutic approach for certain types of cancer. However, a lack of access to therapeutics that target GH or the GH receptor has hindered preclinical studies in this field. Read more

Neonatal hypoglycaemia guidelines

Neonatal hypoglycaemia is the most common metabolic disturbance in newborns and a preventable cause of irreversible brain injury. Read more

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