We have 20 mood PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students

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mood PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students

We have 20 mood PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students

Mood and Reward and Mental Health

We examine a broad range of topics in the Neuroscience of Reward Group, all connected by reward processing and mental health. For example, we examine youth depression and mood in peri/menopause. Read more

MScR - Determining the genetic and circadian basis of bipolar disorder using Drosophila

Circadian rhythms and sleep are evolutionarily conserved from fruit flies (Drosophila) and are fundamental as well as vital to biology and health (Jagannath et al., 2017; Menet and Rosbash, 2011). Read more

The efficacy of acute supplementation of New Zealand blackcurrants (Ārepa formulation) in supporting cognitive function in healthy adults during times of ecologically induced cognitive perturbation

We are recruiting to one fully-funded PhD Bursary in the Department of Psychology at Leeds Beckett University. The PhD student will be part of a research community in the School of Humanities and Social Sciences and the Carnegie School of Sport here at Leeds Beckett University. Read more

Hair cortisol triggers and moderators and its impact on hair and skin structure and function

Cortisol secretion during stress is a vital area of research in psychoneuroendocrinology1. While acute cortisol reactivity is a critical adaptive response, long-term secretion changes, as is the case in chronic stress, can increase risk of adverse health outcomes. Read more

Understanding the factors that influence psychosocial functioning in older people with bipolar disorder

Bipolar disorder is classified as a lifelong, recurrent condition, associated with functional decline and a reduction in quality of life (Michalak et al., 2005; Bonnín et al., 2012). Older adults are estimated to represent approximately 25% of people diagnosed with bipolar disorder (Ljubic et al., 2021). Read more

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