PhD Studentship in Nutrition and Health: Association Between Dairy Products and Cardiometabolic Disease

University of Reading - Institute for Food, Nutrition and Health

Supervisors: Professors Ian Givens and Julie Lovegrove

Project Overview: Evidence from long-term prospective studies indicates that high consumption of some dairy products is associated with a reduced risk of stroke and type 2 diabetes. Whilst studies indicate possible mechanism for these effects, the body of detailed evidence is small. This project aims to provide new evidence for the effects.

Eligibility:

  • Applicants should hold or expect to gain a minimum of a 2:1 Bachelor Degree or equivalent in nutrition or a related subject.
  • Due to restrictions on the funding this studentship is open to UK/EU students.

Funding Details:

  • Starts January 2018.
  • Three year award.
  • Tuition fees plus stipend.

How to apply:

To apply for this studentship please submit an application for a PhD in Nutrition and Health at: http://www.reading.ac.uk/graduateschool/prospectivestudents/gs-how-to-apply.aspx.

*Important note* Please quote the reference GS17-164 in the ‘Scholarships applied for’ box which appears within the Funding Section of your on-line application.

Application Deadline: 30 September 2017.

Further Enquiries:

Please note that, where a candidate is successful in being awarded funding, this will be confirmed via a formal studentship award letter; this will be provided separately from any Offer of Admission and will be subject to standard checks for eligibility and other criteria.

For further details please contact Professor Ian Givens (email: d.i.givens@reading.ac.uk).

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PhD

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South East England