The UCL Doctoral Training Programme in Medical and Biomedical Imaging is offering up to 10 fully funded studentships. The awards cover fees for UK/EU students and a stipend of up to £15,590 for eligible students. Due to funding restrictions we can only accept students from outside the EU if they are in possession of a fully funded scholarship or have their own funding.
We have opportunities across the whole spectrum of imaging sciences, from clinical and pre-clinical scientists and neuroscientists working on cutting-edge experimental work to physicists and engineers interested in image analysis, acquisition and processing. We are a unique, multidisciplinary centre working on all aspects of imaging methodology.
Applicants entering the four year doctoral training programme will undertake a research project, a mixture of taught courses drawn from existing Masters level courses and a main PhD project (Entry to a three year studentship is possible for those who already have relevant Masters level training or equivalent).
Within UCL there are a significant number of world class biomedical imaging research centres covering a comprehensive range of fundamental research and application work from the nano scale (molecular), to cellular, preclinical and clinical imaging.
Basic science on the main UCL campus is situated in the immediate proximity of, and increasingly integrated with, a group of major London teaching hospitals (UCLH, Royal Free, Great Ormond Street, Moorfields) that incorporate specialist clinical centres including the Institute of Child Health (ICH), Institute of Neurology (IoN), Institute of Nuclear Medicine and Institute of Ophthalmology (IoO).
For details of how to apply please see www.ucl.ac.uk/imaging-dtp/apply