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PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in Jordanstown

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Assessing Effect of Carbon Emission Reduction by Integrating Renewable Energy and Spaceborne Observation Technologies

The growth rate of atmospheric CO2 reflects the net effect of emissions and uptake resulting from anthropogenic and natural carbon sources and sinks. The anthropogenic emissions of CO2 are primarily generated by human activities, such as fossil fuel combustion for power and energy generation. Read more
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Inclusive cities: Exploring effective design of safe and welcoming green spaces

  Research Group: Centre for Public Health
The issue of design, safety and wellbeing in green spaces is a key challenge for Belfast and is one of the main barriers to effective roll out of greening strategies for the city. Read more
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Free School Meals, Diet Quality and Food Insecurity in Secondary School Pupils

  Research Group: Centre for Public Health
Not having enough money to buy food is known as food insecurity and is common in UK children. Free school meals (FSM) are offered to children based on household income. Read more
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Developing an injury surveillance system in road cycling in order to design and implement injury prevention programmes

  Research Group: Centre for Public Health
The primary aim of this PhD project is to establish a prospective injury surveillance system in collaboration with EF Education-Tibco-SVB, a Women’s World Tour Professional Cycling Team (both in road cycling and cyclocross). Read more
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Where we live & mental ill-health: utilising linked administrative data to explore the impact of environment on mental ill-health

  Research Group: Centre for Public Health
Mental ill-health is a major public health concern and the environment in which we live can affect this. There is a need to understand which factors about our environment have the greatest influence in order to inform pro-mental health policy and infrastructure. Read more
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Elucidating the interaction of influenza A virus mRNA with host trafficking and translation machinery during the viral replication cycle

  Research Group: Wellcome-Wolfson Institute for Experimental Medicine
We have an exciting opportunity in the lab for a hard-working PhD candidate to contribute to an EU-funded project from the European Research Council investigating the role of RNA regulation in influenza virus infection. Read more

Investigating nanoscale thermal transport in ferroelectric materials

In this fully funded PhD project (3.5 year duration), you will join a team using cutting-edge nanoscale thermal mapping tools to investigate the physics of heat flow in materials with reconfigurable thermal properties, with the goal of improving fundamental understanding and fabricating prototype heat flow devices. Read more
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Investigation of the role of the Formyl Peptide Receptor 2 in diabetic retinopathy

  Research Group: Wellcome-Wolfson Institute for Experimental Medicine
Diabetic retinopathy is one of the leading causes of irreversible blindness in diabetic patients. One important factor contributing to this condition is the transcriptional and biosynthetic changes occurring in the retina Müller glial cells (MGCs) exposed to higher concentrations of glucose. Read more

ENVIRONMENTAL HISTORY (1700–PRESENT)

Applications are invited for a funded PhD studentship at the School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics, Queen’s University Belfast, addressing the broad theme of environmental history. Read more

Structure-based design of allosteric modulators for G protein-coupled receptors using molecular modelling and pharmacology experiments

Almost all physiological processes are regulated through the activation of G protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs). It has become widely accepted that most GPCRs possess binding sites spatially distinct from their natural ligand binding site (orthosteric site), termed as allosteric sites. Read more

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