HAS Dean’s Society, Science and Health PhD Studentships 2022
The Faculty of Health and Applied Sciences at UWE Bristol is pleased to offer the opportunity to apply for the following funded full-time PhD studentships.
The expected start date of these studentships is 1 January 2023.
The closing date for applications is 19 August 2022.
Please note: out of the eight projects being advertised for the Dean’s Studentship, the faculty will fund four. The projects for funding will be selected based on the merit of applicants following the process outlined below.
There will be a two stage interview process. Supervisory teams of each project will shortlist the best candidates for an initial interview with the supervisory team. Following this first interview, two candidates will be selected; a first-choice candidate and a reserve candidate. The first-choice candidate (or the reserve, if the first-choice candidate is unavailable) will then be interviewed by a Faculty Panel (the second interview). The Faculty Panel will be chaired by Pro-Vice Chancellor and Executive Dean and will consist of senior Faculty staff. The Faculty level interview will take place on the 31 October 2022.
Unsuccessful candidates will have the opportunity for self-funded places.
Please follow the links for further details and eligibility criteria for the individual projects:
- 2223-JAN-HAS02 - Development of novel pyrazolyl-urea compounds as novel anticancer drugs
- 2223-JAN-HAS03 - A Virtual Reality (VR) based intervention for the Management of Hemiplegic Shoulder Pain (HSP) in people affected by a Stroke
- 2223-JAN-HAS05 - Thriving and belonging in the post-pandemic workforce
- 2223-JAN-HAS06 - Lower urinary tract dysfunction with Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) infection (CoV-LUTS+)
- 2223-JAN-HAS07 - Developing an effective ash-dieback Hymenoscyphus fraxineus detection, monitoring and modelling protocol using remote sensing and molecular screening
- 2223-JAN-HAS09 - The oral-gut axis: Interactions between the oral and gut microflora and their role in health of the host
- 2223-JAN-HAS10 - Education System Re-design in England for Transforming Futures: A Focus on a Crisis in Education and The National Education Service
- 2223-JAN-HAS11 - Developing an instrument to measure independence in the context of rheumatoid arthritis remission
Each studentship is available from 1 January 2023 for a period of three years, subject to satisfactory progress and includes a tax exempt stipend, which is currently £16,602 per annum.
In addition, full-time tuition fees will be covered for up to three years. The studentship will also fully cover the research costs (consumables budget).
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