The IMH at the University of Birmingham was established in August 2017 with a focus on inter-disciplinary approaches to youth mental health. We have a PhD scholarship to be awarded, commencing September 2020. We are advertising two projects, and the scholarship will be awarded to the best fit of student and project. The scholarship is for four years with the expectation that the student spends at least one year in Melbourne. These awards are part of the wider Priestley joint PhD programme between the Universities of Birmingham and Melbourne.
Fisher, E., Wood, S.J., Upthegrove, R., and Aldred, S. (2019) Designing a feasible exercise intervention in first-episode psychosis: exercise quality, engagement and effect. Schizophrenia research, under review
FTE Category A staff submitted: 40.80
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