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To increase understanding of the health benefits of self-compassion in the context of chronic illness and other long-term health conditions

Current theory indicates that the self-kindness, common humanity, and mindfulness components of self-compassion can foster adaptive responses to the perceived setbacks and shortcomings that people experience in the context of living with a chronic illness. Read more

PhD in Chemistry – Metal-Templated Self-Assembly of Peptide-Based Knots and Catenanes

Bright, highly motivated candidates are invited to apply for a fully funded 3.5 year PhD position in the School of Chemistry, available to commence on 1st October 2021 as part of a collaboration between the Forgan and Thomson research groups at the University of Glasgow. Read more

Smart Crack-closure technology for self-healing concrete.

This project will focus on innovative research with the ultimate goal of designing concrete structural elements which are completely self-sustaining, and capable of detecting, recognizing and curing damage. Read more

Exploration and development of self-management strategies for people with intellectual disabilities who have asthma

Respiratory disorders are one of the leading causes of death in people with intellectual disabilities (PWID)). Furthermore, people with LD are more likely to be infected with COVID 19 and to have severe respiratory health outcomes compared to the general population. Read more

PhD in Chemistry – Metal-Templated Self-Assembly of Peptide-Based Knots and Catenanes

Bright, highly motivated candidates are invited to apply for a fully funded 3.5 year PhD position in the School of Chemistry, available to commence on 1st October 2021 as part of a collaboration between the Forgan and Thomson research groups at the University of Glasgow. Read more

Internet of Things Infrastructure for Sustainable Wildlife Conservation (Self-Funded Students Only)

  Research Group: Complex Systems
This project will investigate the design and development of an end-to-end, distributed, Internet of Things (IoT) infrastructure to support sustainable wildlife conservation. Read more

Elphinstone Scholarship - Impact of COVID-19 on diabetes service delivery and self-management in rural Uganda

Diabetes is significantly associated with increased COVID-19 severity, hospitalisation, and mortality globally. Given that 79% of people with diabetes live in low- and middle-income countries (Diabetes IDF 9th edition, 2019), the COVID-19 impact on diabetes is significantly higher among these countries including Uganda. Read more

Evaluation of an online self-management resource for people with Chronic Kidney Disease

Chronic kidney disease (CKD) is a progressive long-term condition associated with high cardiovascular risk and a heavy symptom burden, leading to poor outcomes and reduced health-related quality of life (HR-QoL). Read more

Habitual and contextual self in information processing

Self biases are pervasive in our decision making and even in the way we see the world. Evaluating the properties of these biases provides a critical way of trying to understand what we mean by the self – a longstanding quest to numerous disciplines (e.g., psychology, philosophy, neuroscience). Read more

Self-Assembling Peptides for Biomedical Applications

Designed short peptides can self-assemble into different nanostructures (such as nanoparticles, nanofibrils and hydrogels) through weak interactions and have a variety of applications. Read more

Self-organisation as a theory of brain development

Self-organisation is a general theory of how function is assigned to cortical microcircuits. The theory predicts that a balance between cooperative and competitive interactions in local cortical circuits, consolidated by Hebbian learning, results in similar inputs being represented by nearby neurons. Read more

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