We offer a variety of Postgraduate Research Awards PhD and MPhil. PhD and MPhil awards may be studied in full-time or part-time mode in the UK, and we consider applications for part-time...Read more
The School of Life Sciences and Education at Staffordshire University offers a variety of Postgraduate Research Awards PhD and MPhil. PhD and MPhil awards may be studied in full-time or...Read more
Research degree in the field of Mathematics and Statistics. The Faculty of Computing, Engineering & Sciences at Staffordshire University offers a variety of Postgraduate Research Awards PhD and MPhil. ...Read more
The Biomechanics team at Staffordshire University has an international reputation for research, scholarship, industrial consultancy and post graduate education. We are offering MPhil/ PhD courses in the...Read more
Places on our awards are limited by the number of supervisors undertaking research in the various topics and by the subject areas in our research strategy. For students studying part-time, face-to-face...Read more
MPhil: Research in Clinical Biochemistry ranges from the purely clinical setting through to basic science with an emphasis on the translational opportunities from bench to bedside. ...Read more
The recent completion of the human genome project has afforded new and exciting avenues for research that define the genetic basis for human disease.
The research seeks to define the molecular...Read more
This research area includes both basic and clinical research, including topics such as rheumatology, the structural immunology of innate immune proteins, fish immunology and apoptosis. ...Read more
Research in Pure Mathematics includes number theory, non-commutative ring theory and mathematical logic. Research in Statistics is primarily in Medical Statistics.
This is a field which holds great promise for future diagnostic techniques and equipment, conceived and developed through a close interaction between physicists, engineers, chemists, biologists and clinicians. ...Read more
Research opportunities in the biological, biomedical and life sciences include a wide range of topics in mammalian molecular biology, molecular medicine, epigenetics, proteomics, physiology, structural...Read more
MPhil: The Centre for Applied Entomology and Parasitology (CAEP) is primarily situated within the buildings of the School of Life Sciences (Huxley Building) and the School of Physical and Geographical...Read more
This research includes the design of clinical trials in all specialties, modelling disease with an interest in the effect of genetic factors, with a particular interest in musculoskeletal conditions. ...Read more
The Centre for Applied Entomology and Parasitology (CAEP) is primarily situated within the buildings of the School of Life Sciences (Huxley Building) and the School of Chemical and Physical...Read more
Human Geography research at Keele is wide-ranging but particularly focused around Social and Cultural Geography.
A key area of research focuses around family mobility, social...Read more
Physical Geography is covered by the Environmental and Landscape Change Research Group at Keele, which sits within the School’s Earth Systems Research Cluster. The Environmental and Landscape Change Research...Read more
Geosystems research in Geology / Geoscience combines expertise in geophysics, petrology, volcanology, sedimentology, structural geology and palaeontology.
It draws together experts from three...Read more
MPhil: Physics Research at Keele focusses on “Astrophysics” and “Applied Physics and Emerging Technologies”. The research interests in Astrophysics include star formation and stellar clusters, late stellar...Read more
We have a number of internationally respected research groups within Chemical sciences at Keele. Collaborations are numerous with academic and industrial partners in the UK and overseas, including...Read more
The multidisciplinary Bioengineering and Therapeutics Group, comprises a multi-disciplinary team linked to the University Hospital of North Staffordshire and RJAH Orthopaedic Hospital at Oswestry...Read more