As part of its commitment to developing mental health research capacity, the IoMH has established three PhD studentships for entry in the 2019/20 academic year.
The IoMH have successfully awarded 2019/20 PhD Studentships to fund three proposals that support interdisciplinary mental health research.
The IoMH will take an active role in supporting the supervisors and PhD students receiving these studentships, as well as in publicising the outputs resulting from the research.
Investigating the role of a medial prefrontal-hippocampal network in the formation of abnormal associations in schizophrenia
Supervisors: Dr Rick Adams (MRC Skills Development Fellow in the Department of Computer Science; primary supervisor) and Prof Neil Burgess (Professor of Cognitive and Computational Neuroscience in the Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience and Wellcome Principal Research Fellow; secondary supervisor).
Putting the ‘C’ into CBT: using translational cognitive neuroscience to understand treatment response in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
Supervisors: Dr Oliver Robinson (Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience), Professor Roz Shafran (Institute of Child Health) and Professor Glyn Lewis (Division of Psychiatry).
Aggressive behaviour in children with intellectual and developmental disorders: The role of the physical environment
Supervisors: Prof Angela Hassiotis (Division of Psychiatry), Prof Eirini Flouri (Institute of Education), Prof Nick Tyler (Centre for Transport Studies)