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We have 14 Anatomy PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students

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Anatomy PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students

We have 14 Anatomy PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students

Study of early pathological changes in calcified cartilage in osteoarthritis and alkaptonuria

We are seeking a motivated individual to work on this exciting project investigating the role that the calcified cartilage has in rare and common joint osteoarthritis, using novel approaches such as gene silencing and establishment of a 3D chondrocyte cell culture model. Read more

Preclinical testing of collagen synthesis inhibitors for fibrotic disease

Fibrotic disease is characterised by an excessive accumulation of collagen within tissues, which then impedes tissue function. Organ fibrosis specifically kidney fibrosis, liver fibrosis, cardiac fibrosis and lung fibrosis have limited treatment options, pose a huge clinical burden and are life-limiting diseases. Read more

Alterations in reparative dentinogenesis with ageing, gender and genetic predisposition

Dental pulp exposure caused by tooth decay or injury can lead to life-threatening infections. Following injury, reparative dentinogenesis serves a vital purpose through the accelerated generation of tertiary dentine, comprising mineral and type I collagen. Read more

Morphology, motion, and mechanics of vertebral joints in fish

We depend on healthy joints to stay active, independent and productive. Disorders of the joints of our spine (intervertebral joints) are particularly disruptive, with back pain and disorders impacting millions of people. Read more

MSc By Research: Unravelling the mechanisms controlling anterior eye development

The MSc by Research programme at the University of Aberdeen is for students interested in a research-intensive master's degree. It is designed specifically to enhance your skills for a PhD or research career. Read more

Finding the cause of familial facial (Bell’s) palsy

The facial (VII) cranial nerve controls the muscles of facial expression, supplies taste sensation to parts of the tongue and controls a small muscle connected to the ear drum. Bell’s palsy is the clinical condition in which there is impaired function of the facial nerve, associated with facial muscle weakness. Read more

Design of virtual immersive environments for advanced anatomy training

Virtual immersive environments, including those that are anticipated to become available in the context of the Metaverse – a future immersive virtual world envisaged as a hypothetical iteration of the Internet – hold significant potential for future healthcare education. Read more
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