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Evaluation of healthcare Internet of Things (IoT) systems to monitor and protect older people via IoT trust.

Forecasts suggest that there will be more than 27.1 billion Internet-connected devices (things) worldwide by the end of 2025. Application domains of the Internet of Things (IoT) span from domestic to industry, including but not limited to intelligent healthcare systems. Read more

PhD in Mechanical Engineering: Understanding the impact of underwater cleaning on fouling control coatings

Overview. Reducing greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions is crucially important to meet globally agree climate/temperature targets. Maritime transport emits around 940 million tonnes of CO2 annually. Read more

Automatic segmentation of 3D ultrasound for spinal imaging in clinical settings

  Research Group: Centre for the Analysis of Motion, Entertainment Research and Applications (CAMERA)
The University of Bath is inviting applications for the following PhD project in the. Department for Health. commencing in October 2023. Read more

A novel computational biomechanics framework to model vascular mechanopropagation and single cell mechanosensing

The mechanical stimuli generated by body exercise can be transmitted from cortical bone into the deep bone marrow. A mechanosensitive perivascular stem cell niche is recently identified within the bone marrow for osteogenesis and lymphopoiesis. Read more

Musculoskeletal loading from a minimal wearable sensor system during rehabilitation

Project details. “In the future… training and rehabilitation programmes will use wearable and simple imaging technologies to estimate tissue level biomechanics derived from personalised neuromusculoskeletal modelling in real-time in the real-world. Read more
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How does knee joint and meniscal tissue shape affect joint biomechanics and treatment choice?

  Research Group: School of Mechanical Engineering
This PhD offers training in multiple biomechanical research techniques, for an important musculoskeletal challenge. Over 4.5 million people in the UK have knee arthritis. Read more

Advanced 3D models for Cancer Research

Radiotherapy and many chemotherapies kill cells by damaging DNA. The efficiency of these DNA damaging agents differs between tumour types and individual patients. Read more
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Beating mesenchymal stem cell senescence with materials that organise growth factors.

Mesenchymal stem cells (MSCs) from the adult bone marrow can differentiate into cells that support the regeneration of tissues such as bone cartilage, ligament and tendon. Read more

Tissue-engineering constructs suitable for reconstructive cardiac surgery in patients with congenital heart defect

Congenital heart defects (CHD) are the primary cause of infant deaths in Europe and North America. The primary treatment for CHD is surgery but the major problem with surgery for such defects is the lack of living replacement materials with the capacity of growth and regeneration. Read more

Computer Vision and Deep Learning during Sport Collisions

Injuries are a major problem in sport. We aim to understand the forces applied to the human body during injury events in sport, and how this canbe prevented based on biomechanical factors such as speed, player orientation and technique. Read more

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