PhD scholarships Health & Related Research



The School of Health & Related Research welcomes applications involving projects that fit with the research areas of the school:

Public Health

  • Health Inequalities
  • Obesity
  • Alcohol Policy
  • Patient Safety
  • Geographical Information Sciences (GIS)
  • International Health
  • Public Involvement in Health Research
  • Public Health Decision Making
  • Quality of Life in Older People
  • Medicine, Prescribing & Supply
  • Breast Milk Policy
  • Environment and Health

Health Services Research

  • Emergency Medicine Research
  • Mental Health
  • Rehabilitation and Assistive Technology

Trials and Statistics

  • Clinical Trials Research
    -Trial monitoring
    -Cluster Trials
  • Medical Statistics Research
    -Hospital mortality
    -Early Phase Trials

Health Economics

  • Measuring and Valuing Health
  • Decision Analytic modelling
  • Evaluation alongside trials
  • Systematic reviewing

Potential applicants are welcome to discuss their ideas further with Prof Michael Campbell, Post Graduate Tutor. Such projects can be funded through a University of Sheffield Faculty Scholarship, comprising of a stipend (at the RCUK rate) and home/EU fees only.

If you are applying for University funding whether this be the University Scholarships, Faculty Scholarship or Harry Worthington Scholarship funding you only need to complete an online application form.

You will also need to complete the Scholarship Application form. Before you can do this you will need your application number which you will receive when you complete the University application form. For the scholarships, you will need to complete a seperate application form for each project you apply for.

The deadline to apply for Faculty Scholarships is 3pm 3 February 2014. 

For more information on how to apply and to submit an application, please use the ‘Apply’ button below.

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