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Postgraduate research opportunities in the Department of Physiology



Vasopressin in hypertension

Supervisors
Professor Colin Brown, Dr Martin Fronius
Levels
Master’s, PhD

Neuroendocrine pathology in Polycystic Ovary Syndrome

Supervisor
Associate Professor Rebecca Campbell
Levels
Master’s, PhD


Novel approaches for treating cardiovascular disease

Supervisor
Dr Jeff Erickson
Levels
Master’s, PhD

ENaC in the vasculature and its role in hypertension

Supervisor
Dr Martin Fronius
Levels
Master’s, PhD

ENaC’s contribution in COVID-19

Supervisor
Dr Martin Fronius
Levels
Master’s, PhD

The role of recycling complexes in trafficking of ion channels in polarised epithelia

Supervisors
Associate Professor Kirk Hamilton, Professor Fiona McDonald
Levels
Master’s, PhD

How do drugs used to treat mood disorders affect brain networks?

Supervisor
Dr Phil Heyward
Levels
Master’s, PhD

Control of stress circuit excitability

Supervisor
Dr Karl Iremonger
Levels
Master’s, PhD

The fat surrounding the human heart in obesity and arrhythmias

Supervisor
Associate Professor Regis Lamberts
Levels
Master’s, PhD

Central regulation of the diabetic heart

Supervisors
Associate Professor Regis Lamberts, Professor Colin Brown, Associate Professor Daryl Schwenke
Levels
Master’s, PhD

Loss of irreplaceable cells as a driver for cardiac dysfunction in old age?

Supervisors
Associate Professor Regis Lamberts, Associate Professor Phil Sheard
Levels
Master’s, PhD

Epithelial sodium channel as a target in breast cancer

Supervisor
Professor Fiona McDonald
Levels
Master’s, PhD

The role of ultrastructural changes in cardiac dysfunction

Supervisor
Dr Michelle Munro
Levels
Master’s, PhD

Neuroendocrine control of obesity and diabetes

Supervisor
Associate Professor Alexander Tups
Levels
Master’s, PhD