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Physiology & Sports Science (veterinary) PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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  Development of a new muscle mechanics model– viscoelasticity and residual force enhancement in human leg muscles during eccentric contraction
  Dr S-H Yeo
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The goal of this project is to build a new model of muscle contraction called the “winding filament” model.
  Translation of Cardiovascular Control Models: Are ‘resistant hypertension’ patients truly drug resistant and does neuronal dysregulation contribute?
  Dr R Barrett-Jolley, Prof GYH Lip, Dr A Shantsila
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Hypertension is major health problem across the world affecting 30-40% of adults, and its prevalence continues to grow, especially in developing countries.
  Using canine models of obesity to discover the mechanisms by which genes influence obesity.
  Dr E Raffan, Dr D Sargan
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We are interested in discovering the mechanisms by which genes influence obesity. The dog is an excellent model organism for human comparative analyses.
  AMPK deficiency and respiratory disease
  Prof A M Evans
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Regulation of breathing is critical to our capacity to accommodate deficits in oxygen availability and demand during, for example, sleep and ascent to altitude.
  Two pore channel segment 2: a new partner in crime for mTORC1 in pulmonary hypertension
  Prof A M Evans
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Mechanistic target of Rapamycin (mTOR) and regulatory protein of TOR (Raptor) complexes (mTORC1) promote idiopathic- and hypoxic pulmonary hypertension (PH), facilitating pulmonary arterial smooth muscle cell (PASMC) growth, proliferation, and thus pulmonary vascular remodelling.
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