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(BBSRC CASE) Biological mechanisms underlying the impact of visual stimuli on mood and affective state

The WHO predicts mental health problems to be the leading cause of mortality and morbidity globally by 2030. In the last decade, evidence has emerged that the visual system represents a new neurophysiological pathway regulating mood. Read more

Advancing Computational Intelligence to Enhance Health and Well-Being Provisions.

The multi-sensor data collection capabilities of smart sensing devices are improving healthcare. They enable the generation of rich contextual data to monitor the behavioural patterns and other contextual information that unfold in everyday settings. Read more

Psychology Doctoral Research Studentship - Digital Technologies in Health and Wellbeing (2023)

  Research Group: Developmental and Clinical Psychology Group
Dr Faith Matcham.  is a Health Psychologist and researcher in digital mental health. She is interested in the relationship between mental and physical health and how we can use technology to improve our measurement and management of long-term conditions and mental illness. Read more

Epigenetic control of transcription factor regulation of adult neurogenesis in the dentate gyrus

In the adult brain, new neurons are continuously generated in the hippocampal dentate gyrus (DG). This neurogenesis process is highly regulated and consists of cell proliferation, neuronal differentiation, neuronal maturation and survival. Read more

Propensity to play as a measure of welfare in dairy cows

Supervisors. Dr Suzanne Held (primary supervisor), Dr Ben Lecorps. Dairy cattle are commonly subjected to stressors (e.g. dehorning, regrouping) as part of routine farm procedures. Read more
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