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University of Brighton PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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  A multidisciplinary approach to tracking and monitoring player health, wellbeing and training load in elite football players
  Dr G Brickley, Dr N Smeeton
Application Deadline: 27 May 2019

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The PhD studentship will examine the training load, health, and wellness of elite football players, as a collaboration between Brighton & Hove Albion FC and the University of Brighton.
  A Museum within a Museum: The Kodak Collection at National Science and Media Museum
  Dr A Pollen, Prof D Newbury
Application Deadline: 27 May 2019

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In the wake of radical disruptions to former photographic centres of power in industry practice and in scholarly viewpoint, and with the exemplary Kodak collection at National Science and Media Museum at its core, this collaborative doctoral project reappraises the history of popular photography in the museum and the academy.
  Characterising and containing catchment contaminants – Reducing risk at drinking water reservoirs
  Dr S Purnell, Dr J Ebdon
Application Deadline: 31 May 2019

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This project is important as it will, for the first time, systematically optimise a range of tools for the identification and prediction of nutrient inputs into drinking water reservoirs, assessing a range of catchment mitigation strategies.
  Discovering function of novel signalling pathway in the mammalian cochlea: implications in health and disease
  Dr S Levic, Dr A Lukashkin, Prof I Russell
Application Deadline: 31 May 2019

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According to the WHO, 5–10% of the world population suffer from irrecoverable hearing loss due to intense sound exposure, ototoxicity, disease, age and genetic disorders.
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