We have 6 Medicine PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Non-European Students in New Zealand

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Medicine PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Non-European Students in New Zealand

We have 6 Medicine PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Non-European Students in New Zealand

A high throughput system for measuring the mechanical properties of human cardiac tissues

Interested in a rewarding career in bioengineering? Get sponsored to do life-changing research in New Zealand. The mechanical properties of cardiac tissues are often quantified in experiments that manipulate muscle length and measure response parameters such as strain, stress, and stiffness. Read more

Protecting Mum: how hormones act on neural circuitry to regulate postpartum mood and behaviour

Mammals give birth to dependent offspring and significant parental involvement is required to ensure offspring survive. During pregnancy and in the early postpartum period, hormones act on neural circuitry to bring about key changes in a mother's mood and behaviour. Read more

Role of RyR2 posttranslational modification in arrhythmias

Cardiac arrhythmias remain the leading cause of death in patients with heart disease. An important trigger for arrhythmias is the inappropriate opening of the cardiac ryanodine receptor (RyR2). Read more

Sex differences in epicardial fat modulation of cardiac function

This project will aim to determine whether structural and physiological properties of epicardial adipose tissue are responsible for the sex differences in human myocardial function and cardiac arrhythmogenicity. Read more

Oxytocin neuron activity in lactation

Pulsatile secretion of the hormone, oxytocin, is essential for milk delivery during suckling and its secretion from the posterior pituitary gland is triggered by coordinated bursts of action potentials across the population of oxytocin neurons. Read more
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