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PhD Scholarship Opportunity: Advanced materials for brain-computer interfaces

We are seeking a highly motivated, passionate, and competitive candidate for a fully funded PhD position in developing advanced materials for biomedical applications. Read more

Assessing the use of retinal images for the early diagnosis of ageing-associated neurological diseases

Are you interested in AI as well as the brain? Then this interdisciplinary 4-year PhD studentship might be for you. we are looking for a bright and highly motivated student to utilise modern Artificial Intelligence (AI) algorithms to analyse images of the retina. Read more

AI-based usage of retinal images with brain imaging for the early diagnosis of ageing-associated neurological diseases

Are you interested in AI as well as the brain? Then this PhD studentship might be of interest. we are looking for a bright and highly motivated student to utilise modern Artificial Intelligence (AI) algorithms to analyse large amounts of biomedically relevant data to create novel computational models. Read more

Fully-funded 3.5-year dual PhD studentship to investigate the efficient, controlled delivery of synthetic anion carriers to cystic fibrosis epithelial cells

A 3.5-year dual PhD position is available at the University of Bristol and Macquarie University from January 2023. In this project, we aim to investigate the controlled delivery of artificial anion transporters (anionophores) to epithelial cells using innovative drug delivery platforms. Read more
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Identifying tau protein regions involved in mediating neuronal vulnerability in Alzheimer’s Disease

Identifying tau protein regions involved in mediating neuronal vulnerability in Alzheimer’s Disease. Supervisor Dr Lovesha Sivanantharajah (l.sivanantharajah@bangor.ac.uk). Read more

Biopsychosocial Prediction Models of Pain Management Programme (PMP) Outcomes for Chronic Pain

Project background. Chronic pain is moderately or severely disabling in an estimated 8-12% of the UK population. Those struggling to cope are often referred to multidisciplinary Pain Management Programmes (PMPs), currently considered best practice for intractable chronic pain. Read more

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