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Process evaluation of the CEW (Complications of Excess Weight) clinics

Rates of overweight and obesity in England are steadily increasing. Around 1 in 4 children of primary school age have overweight or obesity, which can lead to severe complications such as Type 2 diabetes, breathing problems, and mental health problems. Read more
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Detection of urinary volatile compounds to determine antibiotic resistant bacteria in urinary tract infections

Introduction. An opportunity to apply for a funded full-time PhD in the College of Health, Education and Social Sciences, UWE Bristol. The studentship will be funded by the University of the West of England (UWE Bristol): . Read more

Modulation of neuronal circuits using non-invasive ultrasound stimulation

The research project is based on recent functional studies that conclusively demonstrated the capacity of transcranial low-intensity ultrasound stimulation to reversibly activate or suppress neural activity with high spatial specificity in vivo. Read more

Intersectional inequalities in obesity management and related multimorbidity

Closing date for applications. 3 March 2023. Capitalising on the Clinical Practice Research Datalink (CPRD), this PhD project will, firstly, investigate inequalities 1) in access to NHS weight management interventions and 2) in the associations of obesity with incident multimorbidity. Read more

Understanding the presentation of frailty in those with multiple long-term conditions and the effect of rehabilitation

Proposed start date. 1 October 2023. Those with multiple long-term conditions (MLTCs) often suffer from a debilitating degree of frailty which includes severe muscle weakness (termed sarcopenia) which leads to reduced quality of life and poorer outcomes. Read more

Thyroid hormone regulation of heart rate and cardiac function.

Thyroid hormones are key endogenous regulators of heart rate and contractility. Low levels of thyroid hormones in the blood result in a slow heart rate and reduced contractility and this is evident in hypothyroidism. Read more

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