We have 100 Physiology PhD Research Projects for Self-funded Students

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Physiology PhD Research Projects for Self-funded Students

We have 100 Physiology PhD Research Projects for Self-funded Students

Normative modelling of resting-state EEG across the lifespan for application in the early diagnosis of neurodegenerative disorders including Alzheimer’s disease

With a rapidly aging human population worldwide, neurodegenerative diseases represent a pressing medical and societal concern. Given the increase in life expectancy, dementia is expected to affect almost 152 million people by 2050 (Alzheimer’s Disease International, 2018). Read more

PhD in Ion Channel Biology

  Research Group: Smooth Muscle Research Group
Fully Funded PhD Studentship Smooth Muscle Research Centre (SMRC), Dundalk, Ireland. The Smooth Muscle Research Centre in Dundalk Institute of Technology, Ireland comprises a cross-disciplinary research team focused on the regulation of ion channels in health & disease. Read more

Development of micro-incubator OCT/ OCE bioreactor system to engineer a robust musculoskeletal tissue model

Achieving adequate musculoskeletal tissue healing is one of the most challenging factors in the repair of orthopaedic tissues. The problem of hard-to-soft tissue fixation is the major cause of failure of replacement grafts and leads to further musculoskeletal degeneration e.g. Read more

Investigating the neuro-stromal-immune interactions in inflammageing and osteoarthritis.

Ageing is associated with a higher risk of developing multiple chronic conditions (multimorbidity) including osteoarthritis. Age-associated chronic low-grade inflammation (inflammageing) is a hallmark of osteoarthritis. Read more

Molecular mechanisms of pacemaker (sinus node) dysfunction in ageing, heart failure and athletes

  Research Group: Chemistry and Biosciences
The heart’s pacemaker, the sinus node, initiates the action potential that causes the heart to beat, and the atrioventricular node conducts the action potential from the atria to the ventricles, the pumping chambers of the heart. Read more

Characterisation of adrenoceptor and muscarinic receptor subtypes coupled to potassium channels in chondrocytes from bovine cartilage

  Research Group: Chemistry and Biosciences
Several outward potassium currents have been identified in bovine chondrocytes (review Mobasheri et al. 2012). These include ATP-sensitive and a Calcium-activated potassium currents (Sanches & Lopez-Zapata, 2011). Read more

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