While you are welcome to propose a PhD to study according to our areas of expertise, we have set PhD projects designed by our experts which are ‘ready to go’ across several specialist areas.
If you are interested in discussing the projects further, before making an application, please complete our MPhil/PhD enquiry form. When you are ready to apply, please follow the instructions on our how to apply page.
Please make sure your funding is in place, whether self-funded or funded externally. See our fees and funding pages or jobs.ac.uk for potential sources of PhD funding and bursaries.
Autoinducer peptides and bacteriocins in Streptococcus species
Befriending interventions to reduce primary care demand
Biology tutors’ and students’ learning in higher education a sociocultural perspective using a communities of practice framework
Biomechanical analysis of kicking techniques and skilled movements in Elite Youth Football: A dynamical systems approach
Characterising the relationship between mitochondrial stress and programmed cell death
Charting identity development in health care and biomedical scientists within a community of practice
Developing protocols for secular spiritual care in healthcare chaplaincy
Evaluation and Development of Methodologies for the Measurement of Learning Gain in Undergraduate Science Degree Programmes
FTIR (Fourier-transform infrared spectroscopy) analysis of human skin oils
Improving the bone health of female athletes engaged in non-impact sports
Menopausal Exercise and Diet for Osteoporosis Prevention [MEDOP]
Objective assessment of Sacroiliac Joint pain (pelvis) during pregnancy
Policy makers as learners. An institutional approach to understanding learning in higher education: the role of communities of practice
Regional tendon adaptations and mal-adaptations to mechanical loading
The impact of art culture in schools and homes on children’s drawing performance
- School of Digital, Technologies and Arts
The role of glucoregulation in inhibition and decision making: an EEG approach
The role of identity development in undergraduate biology students learning in higher education
The role of nutrient uptake transport proteins in bacterial pathogenesis
The role of spiritual/religious self-narratives in supporting the wellbeing of people with dementia and their carers
Using comparative genomics to characterise oxidative phosphorylation assembly factors