PLEASE NOTE: There is NO funding attached to this project.
The successful applicant will be expected to provide the funding for tuition fees, bench fees of approximately £3000 per year and all living expenses. Details of the cost of study can be found on the University website.
Billet, G., Hautier, L., Asher, R. J., Schwarz, C., Crumpton, N., Martin, T., & Ruf, I. (2012). High morphological variation of vestibular system accompanies slow and infrequent locomotion in three-toed sloths. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences, rspb20121212.
Billet, G., Hautier, L., & Lebrun, R. (2015). Morphological diversity of the bony labyrinth (inner ear) in extant xenarthrans and its relation to phylogeny. Journal of Mammalogy, 96(4), 658-672.
Jeffery N., Spoor F. P (2004). Prenatal growth and development of the modern human labyrinth. Journal of Anatomy 204: 71-92
Jeffery N.,Stephenson R., Gallagher J., Jarvis J. and Cox P. (2011). Micro-computed tomography with iodine staining resolves the arrangement of muscle fibres J. Biomech.44: 189-192.
Sabbah S., Gemmer J.A. Bhatia-Lin A., Manoff G., Castro G., Siegel J.K., Jeffery N., & Berson D.M. (2017). A retinal code for motion along the gravitational and body axes. Nature 546, 494-497
Vickerton P, Jarvis J, Gallagher J, Sutherland H, Akhtar R Jeffery N. (2014) Morphological and histological adaptation of muscle and bone to loading induced by repetitive activation of muscle. Proceedings of the Royal Society Part B 281(1788), 20140786
FTE Category A staff submitted: 143.50
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