Biomechanics (sport) PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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We have 7 Biomechanics (sport) PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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Dexastrong Fully Funded PhD Studentship in Collaboration with the Carnegie School of Sport, Leeds Beckett University: Novel osteogenic loading alongside nutrition and exercise interventions for optimisation of musculoskeletal and metabolic health in older adults with sarcopenia (PhD2)

The Carnegie School of Sport in collaboration with DexaStrong is looking to recruit a highly motivated individual to a prestigious PhD Studentship in the reserach area Novel osteogenic loading alongside nutrition and exercise interventions for optimisation of musculoskeletal and metabolic health in post-menopausal women. Read more

Dexastrong Fully Funded PhD Studentship in Collaboration with the Carnegie School of Sport, Leeds Beckett University: Novel osteogenic loading alongside nutrition and exercise interventions for optimisation of musculoskeletal and metabolic health in post-menopausal women (PhD1)

The Carnegie School of Sport in collaboration with DexaStrong is looking to recruit a highly motivated individual to a prestigious PhD Studentship in the reserach area Novel osteogenic loading alongside nutrition and exercise interventions for optimisation of musculoskeletal and metabolic health in post-menopausal women. Read more
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Graduate Teaching Assistant (GTA) PhD Studentship - Sport and Physical Activity

A fantastic opportunity to study for a 3-year funded doctorate whilst gaining valuable teaching experience. All advertised projects for this research area can be found . Read more

Investigating the relationship between movement-variability and injury in running. Joint PhD Programme with La Trobe University, Australia

Running is a very popular recreational activity. However, 50% of runners experience injury annually, and 25% of runners are injured at any given time, with most of these injuries being overuse injuries of the knee, ankle/foot, hamstring and shank. Read more
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