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HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY
Using evidence based practice to understand people's health behaviour such as exercise, diet or attending check ups. 18m
Martin Hagger

PHYSICAL BIOCHEMISTRY
Using magnetic resonance to research new antibiotics and modify existing medicinal compounds to combat resistant infections. 13m 
Boyan Bonev  

PSYCHOLOGY
The scientific study of why people do the things they do. Looking at the links between serial murder and emotional intelligence. 14m
Serena Simmons

MENTAL HEALTH
Highly innovative project using football and local football clubs to reach out locally to young men with mental health issues. 16m
Alan Pringle   

DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
Studying how the mind and behaviour change throughout the course of peoples lives. University life in the US. Academic careers.  13m
Bruce Hood

NEMATODE WORMS
Studying common parasites which affect humans, animals and plants. What could happen if you don't wash your hands properly !  24m
Mark Viney

COMPUTER VISION
Using engineering, computer science and psychologies to build up intelligent systems that see the real world. Robot systems. 17m
Huiyu Zhou

VISUAL NEUROSCIENCE
People recognize objects without difficulty but teaching a computer to recognize those same images is a much greater challenge. 10m
Jonathan Peirce
DRUG ADDICTION
Using the techniques of Experimental Psychology to study why some people have a greater risk of becoming addicted to drugs. 29m
Lee Hogarth

MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM
Study of muscle, skeleton, ligament, bone and tendon. Processes that underlie growth and wasting of muscle throughout life. 23m
Michael Rennie

MEDICAL ONCOLOGY
Conducts translational cancer research to identify new drugs which could improve treatment outcomes for cancer patients. 11m 
Srinivasan Madhusudan

VIROLOGY
Studying how viruses infect cells in order to design new drugs to block them causing infections. Developing new vaccines. 18m 
Jonathan Ball

ANIMAL DEVELOPMENT
Understanding the molecular mechanisms that govern early development. Improving the cloning process in cattle, sheep & pigs. 17m
Keith Campbell

PHYSIOLOGY
The study of cells and tissues, how they function and interact with each other. The physiology of articular cartilage and osteoarthritis. 19m
Ali Mobasheri 

FIRE & RESCUE SERVICES
Studying the psychology of fire and rescue service staff. Looking at issues such as attacks on fire fighters and effects on relatives. 17m 
Vivienne Brunsden

PSYCHOLOGY
How people go from thinking about something to expressing it in grammatical sentences which can be understood by others. 10m
Matthew Watson

MEDICINAL CHEMISTRY
Creating new drugs for the future through the design and synthesis of new biological entities based on known chemical tools. 22m
Jonathan Harburn

ENVIRONMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
How people and places interact. How people are shaped by their places. How places are shaped by people. Insights into building design. 41m 
Christopher Spencer

PUBLIC SPEAKING
Getting your point across successfully in formal presentations to groups, conferences or social gatherings. Venture capital. 19m 
Paul Sykes

SECURITY IN NURSERIES
An expanding venture using new technology to keep children in day nurseries safe and improve communication with parents. 10m
George Bathurst

GENETICS
The study of heredity. How the instructions to build organisms are passed on from one generation to another through DNA material. 43m
Peter Sudbery

PSYCHOTHERAPY & E-LEARNING
Using novel electronic techniques to teach psychotherapy to students in eight different countries at the same time. 22m
Chris Blackmore

PSYCHOLOGICAL MEDICINE
Psychiatric genetics research involving schizophrenia and alzheimer’s disease and developmental dyslexia. 19m
Julie Williams

TUBERCULOSIS RESEARCH
Tuberculosis is responsible for 2 to 3 million deaths worldwide each year. Collaborative research programme to devise vaccines. 19m
Douglas Lowrie

REHABILITATION
Andy Meaney and Helen Dawes talk about their work in clinical exercise and rehabilitation. 21m
CLEAR

PFI IN HEALTHCARE
Public Finance Initiative and other trends in the funding and provision of healthcare. 65m
Mark Hellowell

NUTRITIONAL MEDICINE
Selenium and human health. Selenium status and disease risk. Selenium functional foods. Nutrition and arthritis. 39m
Margaret Rayman

NURSING
Clinical practice, health & social care, nurse prescribing and  patient safety. 13m
Deborah Macartney

GENETIC DISORDERS
Social aspects of genetic disorders. The sociology of everyday life. Family narratives. Social theory of time. Genetic counselling. 26m
Maggie Gregory

FUTURE DENTISTRY
Research into bone biology & tissue engineering to find if it is possible to make decayed teeth repair and regenerate themselves. 31m
Alastair Sloan

EPIDEMIOLOGY
Research into dementia and cognitive decline with age. Developing large scale studies to provide definitive answers to research questions. 13m
John Gallacher

DIABETES
DESMOND - Innovative project of education and self management for diabetes patients. 53m
Marian Carey

DEATH STUDIES
The sociology of death, dying and bereavement. Networks and religion as social supports in mourning. 28m
Tony Walter

AUTISM
Cognitive psychology, autism, asperger syndrome and gender differences. 17m
John Lawson

CANCER RESEARCH
Medical oncology, renal and prostate cancer, experimental cancer therapies. 11m
Hardev Pandha

BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING
Instrumentation for ophthalmology. Colour vision deficit as a diagnostic tool for diabetic retinopathy and optic neuritis. Orthopaedics. 17m
Lionel Ripley

CANCER CHARITY
Awareness, recognition, best practice and research fund raising for prostate cancer. 30m
Colin Stokes

CANCER RESEARCH
Pathology, histopathology and oncological pathology. Biomarker analysis in breast cancer & colorectal cancer. Cancer vaccines. 23m  
Bharat Jasani

CO-INFECTION BIOLOGY
Parasites are a major source of production loss and animal welfare issues worldwide. Mathematical and statistical modelling techniques. 24m
Joanne Lello

CRITICAL CARE
Development of interdisciplinary distance learning courses in critical care. Anaesthetics & Intensive care medicine. Nursing careers. 13m
Sharon Norman

DNA DAMAGE AND REPAIR
DNA is damaged by radiation, chemicals and its metabolism. A human daily has one trillion DNA damage events. 13m
Raymond Waters

FISH PARASITES
Fish parasites devastated the Norwegian salmon industry. Now a study is examining a similar issue affecting ornamental fish. 13m
Tracey King

HUMAN GENOME
Half of what makes us human is written in our genome the other half is the result of how genes interact with the environment. 38m
Araxi Urrutia

INCLUSIONAL RESEARCH
Awareness that space is a vital, dynamic inclusion within, around and permeating natural form. Academic freedoms. 24m
Alan Rayner

MEDICAL TRAINING
Identifying and managing the difficulties in making educational progress experienced by doctors in training posts. 40m
Heather Payne

MEDITATION
Meditation techniques and their relevance in everyday life. 23m
Peter Malinowski

NEURO LINGUISTIC PROGRAMMING
A popular approach to communication and personal development. 21m
Jane Mathison

NUTRITION
Measuring and monitoring nutritional status in chronically ill people. 11m
Barbara Engel

NUTRITION
Effect of foods on diabetes, cholesterol and cardiovascular disease. 19m
Bruce Griffin

OCCUPATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
Team development and evaluation. Information processing. 34m
Martin Coffey

OCCUPATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY
Effects of stress, fatigue, caffeine, alcohol and drugs on health, safety and well being at work. Nutrition and behaviour. 12m
Andrew Smith

PSYCHIATRY
Child and adolescent psychiatry. Street children in India. Involving carers and patients in the future development of care services. 15m
Alka Ahuja

PSYCHOLOGY
Psychology, understanding the learning of languages and how the mind works. 38m
Rob Davies

PUBLIC HEALTH
Sport and exercise science. Behaviour and health. Child & maternal health. Disease prevention. Health promotion. 20m
Chris Riddoch

SPORT SCIENCE
Sport & exercise science, psychology and performance. Momentum. 19m
A Redwood-Brown