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Exploring essential nutrient transport in animal-microbe symbiosis

Understanding how symbiotic relationships between microorganisms and host animals are maintained is key to our understanding of how the physiology, evolutionary processes, ecological dynamics and, ultimately, survival of host animals is influenced. Read more

The relevance of dopamine homeostasis for brain health and cognitive abilities in Drosophila

We are seeking a talented and enthusiastic PhD student to investigate the relevance of dopamine homeostasis for cognitive functions and brain health, using the fruit fly, Drosophila melanogaster, as a model. Read more

Understanding the metabolic impacts of acute exposure to food insecurity: a comparative approach

Food insecurity is a rapidly accelerating problem in the United Kingdom and other high-income countries. In February 2022, the Food Foundation published figures showing that 4.7 million adults in the UK now experience food insecurity, with 1 million reporting that they have had to go a whole day without eating. Read more
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Yorkshire County Cricket Club Fees Funded MRes in Collaboration with the Carnegie School of Sport, Leeds Beckett University

The Carnegie School of Sport in collaboration with Yorkshire County Cricket Club are looking to recruit a highly motivated individual to a prestigious fees funded MRes to investigate ‘The match demands of professional men’s county cricket.’. Read more

The effect of prosthetic shape and stiffness on the biomechanics of people with lower limb amputation

Lower limb loss is a growing problem worldwide and is predicted to get worse. For example,  approximately 1% of the U.S. population are predicted to have limb loss by 2050, based on approximately 10% of the current population being at risk of amputation. Read more

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