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Biological & Medical Sciences PhD Research Projects in Norwich

We have 60 Biological & Medical Sciences PhD Research Projects in Norwich

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Norwich  United Kingdom

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We have 60 Biological & Medical Sciences PhD Research Projects in Norwich

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Developing a Psychological Model of Recovery from Postpartum Psychosis

Postpartum psychosis (PP) is a severe but treatable form of mental illness that can happen to women after having a baby. PP affects approximately 2 mothers per 1000 deliveries and occurs very rapidly in the days or weeks following birth. Read more

Improved computational methods for bacterial strain identification

Infections and infectious diseases – including bacterial infections - cost the NHS an estimated £30 billion each year. Key to countering threats to human health from such infections is the rapid and precise identification of novel bacterial strains. Read more

Exploring the chromatin landscape in early development (WHEELERG_U22SF)

The Neural Crest and Placodes are groups of cells found only in vertebrates, specifically in the embryo. They originate at the neural border between the ectoderm and neuroectoderm. Read more

Communicating Climate Science to Diverse Audience Groups in a Changing World (COVENTRY_PSY22CDCC)

Primary Supervisor - Prof Kenny Coventry. Secondary Supervisor - Dr Irene Lorenzoni. Supervisory Team - Dr Jordan Harold . In the 2020s it is essential to understand the ways in which messaging can impact how and when to act in light of the. Read more

Determine the potential for purifying and positive selection at the haploid stage (IMMLERS_U21ERC2)

Assessing the effect of purifying and positive selection in genes expressed during the haploid stage, the diploid stage or both allows for a direct quantification and comparison of the relative importance of haploid and diploid selection. Read more

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