Current Research Projects

Our work is exploring the health impact of radiological and chemical agents by undertaking several projects across a number of different disciplines.

Genetic and Cytogenetic

Genetic and Cytogenetic Assessment of British nuclear test veterans and their families

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Mixture Toxicology

Assessment of risks from combined exposures to radiation and chemicals

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Normal Tissue Effects of Radiology

Radiation risk from high-LET alpha-emitters using Radium-223 as a model

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Intervention for Wellbeing

Sport, culture & wellbeing: Developing interventions to promote wellbeing among British Nuclear Test Veterans and their families

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Genetic Effects

Heritable effects of pre-conceptual radiation exposure

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Living with Worry

Exposure Worry, Ageing and Cognitive Functioning: An in-depth study of British Nuclear Test Veterans

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Research Degrees

Prospective PhD students

We have a 3-year funded PhD studentship available in the College of Health and Life Sciences at Brunel University London.
Title: The impact of mixed radiation and chemicals exposure on neuronal cytotoxicity, ageing and transcription. For more information and to apply click here
We are always looking for enthusiastic, high-calibre candidates with an interest in radiation health effects to join CHRC. Informal enquiries about potential opportunities are most welcome and should be sent to Dr Rhona Anderson