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wellcome PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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Seven fully funded PhD scholarships available in the Wellcome Doctoral Training Centre for Public Health Economics and Decision Science (PHEDS)

 We are seeking bright and enthusiastic graduates who want to make a difference to population health and have a background in disciplines including the health, social, mathematical or computer sciences. Read more

College of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine PhD Studentships

 Join a world-class research environment. We offer a number of funded PhD studentships to high calibre graduates interested in scientific research in a range of areas across medicine and veterinary medicine. Read more

Intersectional inequalities in obesity management and related multimorbidity

Closing date for applications. 3 March 2023. Capitalising on the Clinical Practice Research Datalink (CPRD), this PhD project will, firstly, investigate inequalities 1) in access to NHS weight management interventions and 2) in the associations of obesity with incident multimorbidity. Read more

Understanding the presentation of frailty in those with multiple long-term conditions and the effect of rehabilitation

Proposed start date. 1 October 2023. Those with multiple long-term conditions (MLTCs) often suffer from a debilitating degree of frailty which includes severe muscle weakness (termed sarcopenia) which leads to reduced quality of life and poorer outcomes. Read more

Pharmacotherapy and obesity in younger adults with multiple long term conditions: examining the added value of exercise

Proposed start date. 1 October 2023. The prevalence of multiple long term conditions (MLTCs) in young adults (<40 years old) is dramatically increasing and is associated with an extreme risk phenotype, longer disease exposure and increased risk for chronic complications (including cancer). Read more

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