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  Comparing the effect of two different implant surface technologies on successful osseointegration in over-prepared osteotomy sites with reduced primary stability.
  Dr S Shahdad
Applications accepted all year round

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Background. Research leading to the development of newer dental implant materials as well as understanding the cellular and acellular healing mechanisms between implant surface and surrounding hard and soft tissues have been in progress for over six decades.
  PhD in Engineering: Additive manufacturing-enabled multifunctional cellular composites for biomedical applications
  Prof S Cochran
Application Deadline: 30 September 2019

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The School of Engineering of the University of Glasgow is seeking a highly motivated graduate to undertake an exciting 3.5-year PhD project entitled ‘Additive manufacturing-enabled multifunctional cellular composites for biomedical applications’ within the Systems, Power and Energy Division.
  Design of cranial reconstruction plates: integrating engineering analysis and understanding
  Dr A Gleadall
Applications accepted all year round

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Customised medical implants are widely used in healthcare for applications such as craniofacial reconstruction after trauma or tumour removal.
  Magnesium alloy implants: corrosion effects on its mechanical performance
  Dr Y Liu
Application Deadline: 1 February 2020

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Resorbable metals, including magnesium- and iron-based metal alloy, were investigated intensively as biomaterials for production of orthopaedic implant and stents.
  PhD student (m/f/d): Uncertainty Quantification in Models of Implant Degradation
  Ms E Krüger
Application Deadline: 8 October 2019

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Reference code. 50003329_1. Commencement date. This PhD position is initially limited to 3 years, starting date latest 1st November 2019.
  Evaluation of Metal Leaching from Implantable Medical Devices
  Dr A Managh, Dr B Cousins
Application Deadline: 28 March 2020

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This PhD studentship seeks to apply state-of the art laser ablation technology developed at Loughborough University to improve understanding of heavy metal ions in biomaterials research.
  Designing peptide based hydrogels for 3D-bioprinting applications
  Research Group: Biomaterials
  Prof A Saiani
Application Deadline: 31 December 2019

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Hydrogels have shown significant potential as scaffold of 3D cell culture and tissue engineering applications.
  Developing a tissue engineered/polyurethane blood vessel using bioengineering techniques
  Research Group: Chemistry and Biosciences
  Prof S Rimmer, Prof A M Graham, Dr K Riches-Suman
Applications accepted all year round

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Vein graft failure is a significant issue in cardiovascular disease patients, with restenosis caused by alterations in flow patterns leading to remodelling and disease progression.
  Developing Synthetic Models of the Cochlea to Investigate Cochlear Implant Stimulation Spread
  Prof M Bance
Application Deadline: 3 December 2019

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(PhD- suitable for engineering, materials, chemical engineering and biomedical backgrounds). (co-supervised by Professor George Malliaras, Dr Debi Vickers and Dr Bob Carlyon).
  Deformation avalanches in small-scaled components and how to prevent them
  Dr A Roy
Applications accepted all year round

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The prediction of plastic deformation of metals has been an important research topic for decades, which primarily reduces to the question of properly understanding the motions of dislocations as the major cause of plastic flows in metals.
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