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Using Sound to Monitor Wildlife

Automated monitoring is an important aspect of future approaches to biodiversity preservation. You could be at the forefront of this new wave of conservation biologists by engaging in a PhD using automated methods to monitor wildlife. Read more

Behavioural adaptation to climate change in birds

It has been suggested that social species have evolved in harsh environmental conditions, allowing for successful reproduction and survival in environments where pairs alone cannot succeed. Read more

Microglial Function in Postnatal Development and Maternal Immune Activation

Microglia, the brain’s resident immune cells, play a key role in brain development, learning and memory, as well as in the behavioural adaptation to various environmental challenges (like stress, inadequate nutrition, and viral infections), which have been linked to the development of depression, schizophrenia, and autism spectrum disorders (ASDs). Read more

A Cell Interactome Approach to Model, Characterise and understand Novel Mechanisms of Disease in Progressive Multiple Sclerosis

(co-supervised with A Nicaise and I Mohorianou). Recent work suggests that cellular ageing, known as senescence, of endogenous stem-like cells in the brain may contribute to the chronic inflammation and neurodegeneration seen in people with progressive multiple sclerosis (PMS). Read more

Translating Artificial Intelligence Applied to Neuroimaging into Clinical Practice for Dementia

Despite a number of academic studies using Artificial Intelligence and neuroimaging to predict diagnosis and prognosis in dementia, there have been very few examples of these methods benefiting patients. Read more

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