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(MRC DTP) Individual exposure to airborne exposures assessed by using personal monitoring devices

Exposure to air pollutants have been shown to adversely affect birth outcomes and determimental to children’s health, However, further work is required to better characterise individual exposures and critical time windows of exposure so as to improve our knowledge on the associatons between these exposures and ill-health. Read more

Using individualised feedback to improve professional practice in health care

The aim of this PhD scholarship is to investigate the mechanisms by which feedback drives learning and improvement in professional practice for healthcare professionals. There are well-known variations in the quality of health care, which cut across all healthcare systems and specialties. Read more

Greenness versus greyness: greenspaces in and around cities for hazard mitigation and resilience

The overarching aim of this proposal is to increase our resilience to geo- and climatic hazards by assessing the current state and identifying the future potential of greenspaces in and around cities in the Global South to better inform future urban expansion. Read more

The sex and geometry of the gastrointestinal tract in health and disease

  Research Group: Gut Signalling & Metabolism
The gastrointestinal (GI) tract controls appetite and metabolism through its crosstalk with other organs. GI disorders such as inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) can be life-long conditions and affect people of all ages. Read more

Investigating the interactions between diet, obesity and cancer

  Research Group: Metabolism & Cell Growth
Cancer is a systemic disease that associates with a range of host metabolic changes such as obesity, type 2 diabetes, and cachexia/organ wasting syndrome, each of which alters the host systemic metabolic and nutritional environment. Read more

Reconstructing Regional Identities in Britain 1st BCE-4th CE through Metal Artefacts: The case of the Cornovii

The research will explore important issues of regional identity in SW Britain under Roman rule and try to define the fundamental differences between the people of Devon/southern Somerset (Dumnonii) and the people of Cornwall (Cornovii) through a large-scale study of Iron Age and Roman coins and metalwork. Read more

Genetic and environmental factors conferring susceptibility to adverse respiratory impacts of air pollution

Wellcome Trust Studentship. Project. The impacts of air pollution are well recognised in terms of increased mortality but there is much less evidence available in terms of morbidity and potential modifying factors and surprisingly few studies on the impact on the lung. . Read more

Physical health status and its impact on surgery outcomes - Risk assessment in peri-operative care using a machine learning approach

The quality of life for patients with serious and life-threatening conditions can be transformed with surgery. However, surgery itself is associated with a significant risk of morbidity and mortality because surgical procedures place high stress onto organ systems. Read more

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