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biomechanical PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 25 biomechanical PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

Biomechanical signalling in human heart disease

About the Project. The human heart undergoes more than 2 billion beats throughout an individual's lifetime, with its rhythm precisely regulated by signalling events that continuously adapt to the biomechanical stress exerted on the ventricular walls. Read more

Camera-based Biomechanical Assessment through Facial and Eye Tracking for Neuromuscular Diseases

The Project and Our Offer. Real-time image processing via smart phone cameras is capable of capturing and monitoring early and subtle signs of neuromuscular and neurological dysfunction including facial characteristics such as eye movement, facial expression, weakness, altered fat distribution, speech. Read more
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PhD Student - midios microRNA in Diabetic Osteopathy

Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for a full time, fixed term position as a PhD Student at the University of Galway, Ireland. Read more
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Smartphone-based Motion Capture in Biomechanical Modelling for Application in Personalised Orthopaedic Interventions

  Research Group: Engineering
Bodily movement results from the action of muscles exerting forces on our skeleton. The magnitude of these forces has a broad range from walking to high-speed movements during sporting activity. Read more

Disease mechanisms in the heart

We are seeking talented, motivated students with a passion for research in inherited cardiac conditions (cardiomyopathies) and biomechanical stress signalling led by Dr Katja Gehmlich (https://www.birmingham.ac.uk/staff/profiles/cardiovascular-sciences/gehmlich-katja.aspx). Read more

Moving softly: how the interplay of neuronal circuits and biomechanics enables complex movement in soft-bodied animals

Soft bodied animals can radically change their body shape, squeeze through cracks, then crawl, roll, tunnel, or even jump. Controlling soft bodies is difficult because they have highly non-linear physical properties and virtually unlimited degrees of freedom. Read more

Advancing clinical elastography for early, non-invasive imaging assessment of normal tissue toxicity and tumour response

This PhD project offers an opportunity for an experimental scientist to work as part of a multi-disciplinary team to develop MR-Elastography and US-Elastography for the benefit of patients with cancer. Read more

Energy dissipation in human soft tissue during impacts SSEHS/MPGB24

During high impact activities such as striking, being hit by objects or during locomotion, the transient forces involved are often high and produce significantly higher mechanical shocks compared to active, muscularly directed motion. Read more

Lowering the cost of Healthcare: Wearable sensor for post-stroke monitoring

Coventry University, supported by the British Council is delighted to announce this fully funded Masters by Research scholarships within the Centre for Intelligent Healthcare for female candidates from South Asia, (Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka). Read more

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