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Social Science & Health PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Edinburgh

We have 62 Social Science & Health PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Edinburgh

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We have 62 Social Science & Health PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Edinburgh

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School of Health in Social Science

About the Programme. Why take a PhD in the School of Health in Social Science at the University of Edinburgh? . Doctorate-level study is an opportunity to expand upon your interests and expertise, to make an original contribution to knowledge and to develop research-related and transferable skills. Read more

Wellcome Trust funded four-year PhD programme in ‘One Health Models of Disease: Science, Ethics and Society’ at the University of Edinburgh

 . Edinburgh Infectious Diseases, with the Centre for Biomedicine, Self and Society, is delighted to open applications to the third cohort of students on this new Wellcome Trust funded four-year PhD programme. Read more

Everyday knowledges on street dogs and public health

This student-led PhD project will investigate everyday knowledges related to street dogs and public health in India. The overarching aim is to examine non-Eurocentric knowledges of health at the street dogs-human interface. Read more

ACRC Academy

The vision of the Advanced Care Research Centre is of high‐quality data‐driven, personalised and affordable care that supports the independence, dignity and quality‐of‐life of people in later life living in their own homes and in supported care environments. Read more

Smart monitoring technologies for water quality and sustainable supply management

Project Description. Private water supplies (PWS) are a concern to public health, both globally and locally, as they are vulnerable to breakdown and subsequent ingress from agricultural run-off and septic tank failures, leading to potential consumption of microbial (and other) contaminants. Read more

Precision Medicine DTP – What’s next? Using data visualization to make sense of personalised paediatric critical care pathways

Background. Paediatric critical care (PCC) is a highly valued specialist service that saves infants’ and children’s lives. However, having a child needing critical care is a stressful event for parents because their child suddenly requires different technologies within paediatric intensive care units (PICU) to survive. Read more

Precision Medicine DTP – Sleep and circadian rhythm disruption as novel risk factors for age-related brain diseases

  Research Group: Centre for Clinical Brain Sciences
Additional supervisors. Dr Breda Cullen [University of Glasgow], Dr Donald Lyall [University of Glasgow]. Background. Sleep and circadian disruption may increase the risk of neurodegenerative conditions, but this is a complex area that requires careful study within high quality prospective datasets. Read more

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