Do you want to study a Research Degree?
There are different pathways you can take to start a Research Degree with us. Our students have a solid foundation to pursue a career in research as excellence in the Scholarship of Learning and Teaching underpins everything we do here in the College of Health and Medicine. While many people take the path of university study and research experience, entry to a Research Degree can also be gained by demonstrating relevant professional work experience, training and expertise.Find out more about the University's Research Degrees
Barbora Fulopova - Wicking Centre PhD candidate
A fascination with the brain and a personal connection drove Wicking Dementia Research and Education Centre PhD candidate Barbora Fulopova to devote her PhD research to Alzheimer’s disease.
Renee Pepper - PhD student at the Menzies Institute
My project is about understanding the mechanisms that regulate these cells, in the hope that one day we might be able to push the oligodendrocytes towards repairing the damage caused in MS.
Ye He - PhD student at Menzies Institute
In one of our studies we found that childhood obesity before the age of 12 may have increased the risk of infertility in women’s later life. This means the prevention of childhood obesity is important for infertility, as well as other diseases.