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Exploring principles of fatigue management, activity pacing and self-regulation in persons with chronically fatiguing conditions (Ref: MRDF22/HLS/IHSC/ABONIE)

Is the ability to effectively ‘switch-off’ the key to powering-up? Exploring principles of fatigue management, activity pacing and self-regulation in persons with chronically fatiguing conditions with a focus on the unexplored impact of genuine rest on a physically active lifestyle and healthy lifestyle. Read more

Two doctoral scholarships in addictive behaviour science

Duration of study. fixed-term, 3-years. Scholarship. includes stipend of £15,000 per annum, tuition fees at the UK rate and research costs. Read more

Co-design and real-world testing of an intervention to implement an evidence- and theory-based long-term physical activity intervention into stroke rehabilitation pathways (PARAS-IMP) (REF: RDF22/HLS/SER/MOORE)

The Department of Sport, Exercise and Rehabilitation at Northumbria University, Newcastle has a global reputation for academic excellence that is underpinned by a vibrant, high-quality research-rich environment. We are seeking enthusiastic and talented PhD candidates for the following project. Read more

Improving Hydration Status, Cognition and Learning in Primary School Aged Children through Milk (and Milk Permeate) Consumption. (REF: RDF22/HLS/SER/RUMBOLD)

During Covid-19 and the UK lockdown, children have been impacted severely (and unequally), meaning that many children were away from school for 6 months during the first lockdown (Holt & Murray, 2021), potentially influencing learning and educational development. Read more

Exercise and non-invasive brain stimulation on general and food inhibitory control, appetite, and energy intake

Unhealthy dietary choice is one of the major causes of obesity, cardiovascular disease (CVD), and/or Type 2 diabetes (T2D). Despite evidence suggesting that a healthy diet reduces the risk of obesity, CVD and T2D, the impulse to consume highly palatable foods is difficult to be inhibited. Read more

Where Have All The Hares Gone? Understanding Species Decline and to Support Species Recovery in Complex Multistakeholder Systems

About the Project. Lead-supervisor; Dr Helen Wheeler (School of Biological Sciences, Anglia Ruskin University). Co-supervisors; Dr Scott Newey and Dr Alessandro Gimona (The James Hutton Institute), and Rosalind Bryce (The University of Highlands & Islands). Read more

PhD Opportunities at University of Winchester

The University of Winchester is seeking talented, enthusiastic and highly motivated individuals to become part of our expanding and vibrant postgraduate research community. Read more

Division of Arts and Humanities

The University of Kent is outward looking and forward-thinking, with academic staff who are leaders in their field, outstanding facilities and award-winning student support. Read more

The neural control of skilled action

Background . Humans have a remarkable capacity to perform a wide range of skilled actions, from whole-body behaviours like driving, to dexterous activities such as handwriting. Read more

'A Vernacular Scientific Imaginary?' The Origins and Impacts of Science Fiction Stories and Strips in British Comics in the First Half of the 20C

Aim. This project will explore the idea of a distinctively indigenous and responsive tradition of popular SF aimed at a younger readership before the widespread influence of imported US comics and pulp SF after WW II. Read more

Innovative postgraduate research opportunities in social, behavioural and health sciences

We are seeking graduates to join a vibrant community where researchers from the social, behavioural and health sciences work closely together to make a real difference to people’s lives. . Read more

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