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Sociology PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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Developing person-centred rehabilitation for people living with incurable cancer

Disability related to incurable cancer affects over a million Europeans each year. It is a poorly recognised and undertreated consequence of the disease, its treatment, and related symptoms (e.g., breathlessness, pain, fatigue) and syndromes (e.g., cachexia, sarcopenia). Read more

Gender roles and exposure to malaria vectors

Vector borne diseases remain one of the major challenges facing people in low- and middle-income countries. Malaria in particular is the foremost public health challenge globally with an estimated 228 million cases worldwide and over 600,000 deaths in 2020. Read more

Learning disentangled representations to achieve responsible and transparent AI

Learning representations of input data is a subtask of any modern machine learning model. we learn a useful data representation that is helpful to achieve our main goal whether it is to classify an image or to learn an agent to play a game. Read more

LSE PhD Studentships for 2023 entry

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Water in the UK: Changing patterns of water use in high-use households

Co-funded by Northumbrian Water Group (NWG), this project supports the improvement of the company’s water efficiency strategy and helps the water industry move beyond conventional retrofit and behavioural interventions towards a sociotechnical regime that’s capable of securing future water supplies. Read more

Addressing inequalities in access to healthy lifestyles among people living with a disability (MILTONK_MED)

Background   . In England, there are 10.9 million people with a disability. Disability has a large impact on lifestyle behaviors, meaning people living with a disability are at increased risk or a range of health conditions, as well as missing out on other important social and mental health benefits. Read more

4 Fully funded interdisciplinary PhD Studentships

Available in a new Strategic Research Centre (SRC), co-funded by the Cystic Fibrosis Trust (UK) and the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation (USA). Read more

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