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Public Health & Epidemiology PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Bristol

We have 10 Public Health & Epidemiology PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Bristol

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We have 10 Public Health & Epidemiology PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Bristol

Age at menopause, duration of reproductive years, time since menopause and depression – is there an association and what might explain it?

Rationale. Depression is a major cause of disability and is a leading contributor to the global burden of disease. At onset of menarche, girls experience steep rises in depressive symptoms, and by mid-adolescence they have double the risk of experiencing an episode of depression than boys. Read more

Biomedical knowledge discovery and triangulation using natural language processing

We are offering an exciting data science project for potential PhD students interested in developing and applying artificial intelligence (AI) in the context of population health. Read more

Expanding the range of inference and estimation in Multivariable Mendelian Randomization

Many of an individual’s traits and characteristics are observationally associated with their health outcomes, however these relationships are often confounded, meaning it is not possible to determine the causal effect of particular traits on different outcomes. Read more

Psychosocial mechanisms underlying the rise in depression during puberty

Rationale. Depression is a leading contributor to disease burden in young people with devastating effects on social functioning, academic achievement and increased risks of substance abuse, self-harm and suicidal behaviour. Read more

Sensitivity of recommendations based on cost-effectiveness analysis to bias in relative treatment effect estimates

Rationale. In the UK, decisions as to which medical treatments and interventions to make available on the NHS take into consideration both the costs and benefits of the treatment over a patient’s lifetime. Read more

How does endothelial damage contribute to disease progression in canine myxomatous mitral valve disease? A prospective longitudinal study

Myxomatous mitral valve disease (MMVD) is the most common cause of heart disease in adult dogs, affecting millions worldwide. MMVD typically progresses slowly, over several years, eventually resulting in heart failure in approximately half of affected dogs. Read more
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