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biomedical imaging PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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  Computational Biomedical Imaging: building a better light-sheet microscope
  Dr J Taylor, Prof A Harvey
Application Deadline: 13 January 2019
A PhD studentship is available in the Imaging Concepts Group at Glasgow University, researching computational imaging for light sheet fluorescence microscopy (LSFM).
  Engineering Doctorate (EngD): Biomedical imaging and signal processing for the intra-operative detection of cancerous tissue (Lightpoint Medical)
  Prof D Reid
Applications accepted all year round
The EngD is an alternative to a traditional PhD aimed at students wanting a career in industry. Students spend about 75% of their time working directly with a company in addition to receiving advanced-level training from a broad portfolio of technical and business courses.
  Enhancement and Visualisation of Optical Biomedical Images in Clinical Dentistry
  Dr P H Tomlins
Applications accepted all year round
Background. This is an exciting project at the cutting edge of biomedical imaging in clinical dentistry. New technology offers a future for oral healthcare without the use of harmful X-Ray imaging.
  Vibrational Control of Spin-Orbit Coupling
  Research Group: Materials Physics
  Dr J Clark, Prof A Meijer
Application Deadline: 23 January 2019
The ability to optically control the spin of a molecular excited state would have important applications in fields ranging from biomedical imaging to spintronics and quantum computing.
  Computed Tomography at the Quantum Limit using Phase Contrast X-ray Imaging
  Dr M Kitchen
Applications accepted all year round
The biggest problem with X-ray imaging in diagnostic medicine is the use of potentially dangerous ionizing radiation.
  Non-invasive imaging of the pathophysiology of early systemic sclerosis; fibrosis and oxygenation
  Dr A Murray, Prof G Parker, Prof A Herrick, Dr M Dickinson
Applications accepted all year round
Systemic sclerosis (SSc) is a microvascular autoimmune disease that causes lack of blood flow and scarring and thickening of skin and tissues within internal organs.
  AIM: Automated Imaging of bone marrow in Myeloma using whole body magnetic resonance imaging (WBMRI) & dual energy computed tomography (DECT) with deep learning
  Prof V Goh, Dr I Dregely
Applications accepted all year round
This is a fully funded PhD position (co-funded by Siemens Healthcare) in applied medical imaging, suited to candidates with a medical imaging, biomedical engineering, applied mathematics, computer science, physics or equivalent undergraduate degree.
  Novel strategies for molecular imaging of the radiobiological tumour
  Dr S Archibald
Application Deadline: 23 January 2019
Adaptive Radiotherapy. Engineering the radiobiological tumour for improved radiation success. To celebrate the University's research successes, the University of Hull is offering a full-time UK/EU/International PhD Scholarship for candidates applying for each of the following projects as part of a new research cluster.
  Approximate Bayesian methods for scalable inference
  Dr Y Altmann
Application Deadline: 8 February 2019
This project consists of investigating new approximate Bayesian methods for fast and robust estimation in high dimensional problem.
  Designing novel composite polysaccharide nanoparticles for combined diagnosis and treatment of cancers
  Dr E Barbu, Dr A Lalatsa
Applications accepted all year round
Cancer continues to impose a vast burden with regard to financial costs as well as human suffering but the progress in its treatment is hindered by the limited selectivity and significant side-effects that the current chemotherapy demonstrates, representing a major challenge for modern drug delivery.
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