We have 252 Neuroscience PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students

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Neuroscience PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students

We have 252 Neuroscience PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students

Therapeutic potential of neurosteroids in the treatment of anxiety and social avoidance

Neurosteroids are naturally occurring steroid compounds produced by the brain in response to stressful events, and they may serve a protective function by reducing the adverse consequences of stress, such as maladaptive increases in avoidance behaviour and anxiety that interfere with daily life. Read more

Blood biomarkers of Small Vessel Disease related to cognitive impairment and neuroimaging findings

An opportunity has arisen for a 4-year PhD studentship within the Department of Brain Sciences at Imperial College London funded by the Multi-institutional VIDA (Vascular and Immune Contributions to DementiA) network. Read more

Sustainable Approaches to Biomedical Science: Responsible and Reproducible Research (Centre for Doctoral Training)

We welcome applications from graduates who wish to make an impact in the field of computational biomedical research. Our students gain the broad skillset needed to confront current and future biomedical research challenges. Read more

Hair cortisol triggers and moderators and its impact on hair and skin structure and function

Cortisol secretion during stress is a vital area of research in psychoneuroendocrinology1. While acute cortisol reactivity is a critical adaptive response, long-term secretion changes, as is the case in chronic stress, can increase risk of adverse health outcomes. Read more

Exploring Molecular Pathways for Improved Neural Regeneration in Spinal Cord Injury

In the UK, 50,000 people currently live with spinal cord injury (SCI), and an additional 2,500 new cases are reported annually. SCI results in a permanent loss of sensation and movement, serving as a primary cause of paralysis for which effective treatments are currently unavailable. Read more

Identifying mechanisms underlying the heterogeneity of cerebral small vessel disease

We are seeking a PhD student to join the Imperial College Small Vessel Disease Research Group, joining our new research program to tackle one of the leading causes of dementia and neurological disability. Read more

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