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PhD Studentship in childhood oncology

Applications are invited for a fully funded PhD Studentship supported by Neuroblastoma UK.

Network of three linked funded PhD studentships: Novel aspects of integration between respiratory function, human performance and health.

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The Centre for Human Performance, Exercise and Rehabilitation at Brunel University London is offering three linked PhD funded studentships to work on three interconnected and interdisciplinary projects, to conduct research into novel aspects of integration between respiratory function, human performance and health.  
 

Network of three linked funded PhD studentships: Interdisciplinary approaches to the amelioration of cognitive, visual and motor deficits in specified subpopulations of older adults

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The Centre for Cognitive Neuroscience at Brunel University London is offering three linked PhD funded studentships to work on three interconnected and interdisciplinary projects, which are linked by foci on the assessment and amelioration of conditions that impair millions of UK older adults’ ability to safely live independent lives. 

Network of three linked funded PhD studentships: Psychology of Inequality

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The Centre for Culture & Evolution at Brunel University London is offering three linked PhD funded studentships as part of network that will bring together Evolutionary and Cross-Cultural Psychologists to investigate individuals’ responses to, and attitudes towards, various forms of inequality that people encounter in their lives. 

Professor Dany Nobus to receive Sarton Medal

Professor Nobus will receive the award in April 2017

The Sarton Committee of the University of Ghent has announced that Professor Dany Nobus, Brunel's Pro-Vice-Chancellor for External Affairs, will be awarded the 2016-17 Sarton Medal, in recognition of his many outstanding contributions to the history and theory of psychoanalysis. The Medal is named after George Sarton (1884-1956), who is considered the founding father of the history of science as an academic discipline, and who was an alumnus of Ghent University.

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