We have 66 Neurology PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for UK Students

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Neurology PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for UK Students

We have 66 Neurology PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for UK Students

Unravelling the Potential Role of Serotonin Signalling in Acute Leukaemia

Serotonin, predominantly known for its neurological functions, has recently been identified to be implicated in cancer biology. Our lab has recently discovered a novel molecule, GALOM1, that specifically inhibits acute T cell and myeloid leukaemia cells without affecting other cancer and non-cancer cell lines. Read more

FMI International PhD Program Spring Call 2024

We're now accepting applications for our PhD program. unleash your potential in a vibrant, international and supportive environment. Read more

Pain increases disability; disability increases pain: Understanding the vicious cycle.

Arthritis affects 10 million people in the UK, and is on the rise. Many do not respond adequately to treatment. Pain is the main symptom, a leading cause of disability and worsens the risk of developing other health issues. Read more

Spatial orientation changes and their impact on driving in ageing and dementia (HORNBERGERM_U24DACFMH)

The PhD project will be supervised by Prof. Michael Hornberger (dementia neuroscientist, University of East Anglia). Please contact the supervisor at m.hornberger@uea.ac.uk for further information on the project. Read more

Aston Brain Health Cohort Study (ABaHCoS)

Key words. Ageing, brain health, cognition, perception, vascular health, blood brain barrier, platelets, extracellular vesicles.  Applications are invited for a three-year Postgraduate studentship as part of the Aston Brain Health Cohort Study (ABaHCoS), co-funded by the Dunhill Medical Trust. Read more

Improving early diagnosis of dementia: Self-administered, repeatable cognitive measures and relationship with chronological age and biomarkers

Supervisors. Dr Cristina Romani, Dr Nathan Ridout, Dr Craig Hedge, Dr Lucy Bastin. Key words. Dementia, neurocognitive disorders, mild cognitive impairments, early diagnosis, cognitive assessment, neuropsychology, biomarkers. Read more

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