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Behavioural & biological analysis of dissociable aspects of reward processing

  Research Group: Behavioural Neuroscience
It is essential for a healthy organism to respond appropriately to rewarding events (e.g. foods). Thus investigating the biological substrates of reward processing offers key insights into both normal behaviour and the deficits seen in psychiatric disorders. Read more

The origins of individual differences in learning and behaviour: Computational models and in vivo experimentation

  Research Group: Behavioural Neuroscience
Learning can be separated into two components. The knowledge that has been laid down in the brain as a result of experience, and the translation of that knowledge into observable behaviour. Read more

Regulation of stress response by astrocytes

Supervisors. Dr V Mosienko (Lead), Bristol, Dr M Ashby, Bristol, Prof K Lunnon, Exeter. Exposure to chronically stressful situations is a major risk factor for clinically diagnosed depression. Read more

4 Year PhD programme – MRC Prion Unit at UCL

Applications from both UK and international students are invited for two places on this PhD programme. The MRC Prion Unit at UCL, Institute of Prion Diseases is one of the world's leading research centres for the study of prion and related neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer's and Parkinson's. Read more

Run, eat, sleep, repeat: Hypothalamic integration of homeostatic and circadian signals

Main supervisor. Prof Hugh Piggins (University of Bristol) Second supervisor. Prof Kate Ellacott (University of Exeter) Prof Matthew Jones (University of Bristol), Dr Andrew Wood (University of Exeter). Read more

Probing the function of dopaminergic inputs to the cerebellum

Main supervisor. Dr Paul Dodson (University of Bristol) Second supervisor. Dr Jonathan Witton (University of Exeter) Dr Rui Ponte Costa (University of Bristol) Host institution. Read more

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