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We have 20 University of Stirling Biological & Medical Sciences PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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We have 20 University of Stirling Biological & Medical Sciences PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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EASTBIO - Machine learning for improved management practices in recirculation aquaculture systems.

Are you a quantitative scientist looking for a project in marine biology? This EASTBIO DTP PhD project with the University of Stirling’s Institute of Aquaculture and industry partner Aquanetix provides a unique opportunity to model recirculation aquaculture systems as part of a multi-disciplinary team. . Read more

BBSRC EASTBIO Doctoral Training Partnership - Call for applications for 2022

Would you like to study for a PhD as part of a supportive collaborative partnership in Scotland? Would you like to be part of a vibrant community of bioscience… Read more

EASTBIO - Structural and biological characterisation of a novel virulence mechanism in Gram-negative pathogens

Gram-negative pathogens are responsible for major disease problems in humans and animals, and a better understanding of the mechanisms for how these bacteria cause infections is key to identify more effective ways to prevent and treat outbreaks. Read more

EASTBIO - Dinoflagellate parasite strategies for success: synchronisation with host (Norway lobster) seasonality and metabolic adaptations

Hematodinium sp. is a dinoflagellate parasite that, from a host range perspective, is a generalist, infecting a variety of wild and commercially very valuable crustacean species (Davies et al., 2019; Wang et al., 2017). Parasites use different life cycle and metabolic adaptations to achieve efficient transmission. Read more

SI-Flex: Investigating the use of social identities (SI) to promote psychological flexibility (Flex)

  Research Group: SPARKLE - Stirling Physical Activity Research, Knowledge & Learning Exchange
An exciting opportunity for a full-time PhD period of study is available in the Faculty of Health Sciences and Sport, University of Stirling. Read more

Online Active Communities: The role technology can play in the virtual support of our physical activity

  Research Group: SPARKLE - Stirling Physical Activity Research, Knowledge & Learning Exchange
Lockdown and social isolation were common phrases that gained recognition during the COVID-19 pandemic. Individuals were advised to not meet up with friends and loved ones, to stay indoors and avoid crowded places. Read more

Improving the evaluation of fluid intake and hydration status in independently living older adults: a mixed-methods approach

Hydration status throughout life is now emerging as an important factor that can impact upon healthy ageing and quality of life. Older adults are more susceptible to dehydration due to physiological and behavioural changes that occur with age (Mentes 2006). Read more

Culturally Competent Health Behaviour Change Interventions: Can we adapt the MAP approach to meet the needs of BAME communities?

Applications are invited for a self-funded PhD project to investigate feasibility and outcomes related to the development and application of a culturally adapted health behaviour change approach to improve health outcomes for people with long-term health conditions. Read more

The function and structure of ‘nest calls’ in wild chimpanzees

Exploring the relationship between the function and structure of calls in evolutionarily closely related to humans species can give us insight into the evolution of human communication. Read more

A multidisciplinary approach to understanding the evolution of human healthcare networks

Human healthcare networks are unique in the animal kingdom. While many species provide care to kin (genetic relatives), humans are the only species which also provide widespread, cooperative care to strangers (i.e., doctors, nurses). Read more

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