PhD Studentships Sports Science: musculoskeletal physiology

  • Nottingham Trent University
  • 25th February 2019
Employer: Nottingham Trent University
Reference: N/A
Contract: Full time

Description

Nottingham Trent University is fully funding over 50 full-time PhD studentships for UK, EU or International Students. (www.ntu.ac.uk/phdstudentships). 
Studentships are available in all areas of Sport and Exercise Science. Within the Musculoskeletal Physiology research area, there are several themes and disciplines where applications would be welcomed which are outlined below. Please contact the respective members of staff for further details and informal enquiries.

Neuromuscular alterations aligned with hormonal changes across the menstrual cycle. Dr Jessica Piasecki (jessica.piasecki@ntu.ac.uk). Director of Studies; Dr Jessica Piasecki (NTU), Co-Supervisors; Prof Craig Sale (NTU), Dr Kirsty Elliott-Sale (NTU), Dr Mathew Piasecki (University of Nottingham)

Improving endurance performance via physiological and technological interventions in extreme environments. Dr Steve Faulkner (steve.faulkner@ntu.ac.uk)

Intermittent fasting: Is there an optimal method for weight management and improving metabolic health?: Dr David Clayton (David.Clayton@ntu.ac.uk)

General enquiries
For general enquiries about the application process or research within the Department of Sports Science, please contact: Dr Kirsty Elliott-Sale, Head of the Musculoskeletal Physiology Research Group (Kirsty.elliottsale@ntu.ac.uk)
Vacancy website address http://www.ntu.ac.uk/phdstudentships

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