We have 107 Physiology PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in the UK

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Physiology PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in the UK

We have 107 Physiology PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in the UK

Talent identification of youth soccer players within professional academy settings (with Manchester United FC)

Summary. Talent identification is multifaceted and scientific research that provides evidence informed information to key stakeholders (i.e., coaches, scouts) to support their decisions regarding player identification, selection and deselection is emerging. Read more

MRes Sport, Exercise and Health Science (Project ID SAS0202)

 . The MRes at Edinburgh Napier University represents a unique opportunity for students to conduct a substantial research project in the area of Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences undertaken over one-year full time or 20 months part-time. Read more

Exploring the potential for drug repurposing to enhance muscle mass and function in older adults.

Programme description. Loss of resilience describes enhanced vulnerability to, and impaired recovery from stress events when compared to a robust [youthful/healthy] state; and is commonly encountered with advancing age. Read more

Sweet Sleep: Exploring Energy Metabolism, Sleep and Mental Performance

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

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

A computational fluid dynamics (CFD) investigation of endovascular aortic arch stent graft designs in relation to post-operative thrombus formation

Industry co-funded EPSRC PhD Studentship. An exciting opportunity for a fully-funded 42-month PhD studentship co-funded by a world-leading medical devices company and EPSRC is available at the Department of Biomedical Engineering at the University of Strathclyde. Read more

Remote ischaemic conditioning: a novel approach to reduce hypertrophy?

Cardiac hypertrophy is a significant clinical issue. Enlargement of the heart caused by hypertension, injury or other disease, can cause increased muscle mass, increased fibrous tissue and lead to poor function, stiffer hearts and ultimately heart failure. Read more

Optimising novel pre- and rehabilitation strategies to improve the physiological resilience of older surgical patients

PhD Description. In addition to rehabilitation, which has long been employed as method to enhance recovery from clinical stress events, there is burgeoning clinical and research interest in prehabilitation, an approach employed to prepare individuals for these events. Read more

Sustainable Approaches to Biomedical Science: Responsible and Reproducible Research (Centre for Doctoral Training)

We welcome applications from graduates who wish to make an impact in the field of computational biomedical research. Our students gain the broad skillset needed to confront current and future biomedical research challenges. 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

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