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  PhD in Biomedical Electronic Engineering: the design and development of medical devices for hospital clinics
  Prof B Hayes-Gill
Applications accepted all year round
The successful candidate will work closely with a local electronics medical devices company based in the East Midlands. You will gain valuable experience in the research, design and development of medical devices that will eventually end up in hospital clinics around the world.
  Laser machining of ceramics for medical ultrasound applications
  Prof D P Hand
Application Deadline: 8 February 2019
This project will focus on the ultrashort pulsed laser singulation of complex 3D ultrasound arrays for medical device applications, in collaboration with the University of Glasgow and other partners.
  Combining machine learning and closed-loop control theory
  Prof A Parnell, Prof S Dey
Application Deadline: 4 January 2019
The successful student will work with Professor Andrew Parnell and Professor Subhra Dey’s research groups as part of the new SFI I-Form centre on analytics for advanced manufacturing.
  Determination of hyper-elasticity, viscoelasticity and anisotropy of ocular tissue
  Prof A Elsheikh
Application Deadline: 8 August 2019
This position will remain open until a suitable candidate has been found.
  PhD Engineering: From Atom to Device: Multi-scaled Simulations on Molecular-based Electronic Devices
  Dr V P Georgiev
Application Deadline: 21 December 2018
The School of Engineering of the University of Glasgow is seeking a highly motivated graduate to undertake an exciting 3.5-year Ph.D.
  Radiomics for cancer diagnosis and patient outcome prediction
  Dr J Korte, Dr N Hardcastle
Applications accepted all year round
adiomics is an emerging field that aims to extract vital information from growing collections of medical imaging and patient data.
  DPhil Project: Challenges and strategies of handling (intensive) longitudinal missing data in routinely collected health data
  Prof D Prieto-Alhambra, Dr V Strauss, Dr S Khalid, Dr I Petersen
Application Deadline: 11 January 2019
NDORMS 2019/1. Missing data is ubiquitous in longitudinal cohort studies with repeated follow-up timepoints. Missing data is defined as being “intermittent” in which a missing value is followed by an observed value in a sequential timepoint.
  DPhil Project: Maternal health, offspring growth and risk of fracture: A population-based investigation in 700,000 individuals
  Prof D Prieto-Alhambra, Dr V Strauss, Prof N Harvey, Assoc Prof K Javaid
Application Deadline: 11 January 2019
NDORMS 2019/2. Fractures (broken bones) constitute an enormous burden to health both in childhood and adulthood.
  3D printing of micro-scale graded shape memory components for in-vivo actuated medical devices
  Prof D P Hand
Application Deadline: 8 February 2019
Micro-robots for medicine require highly controlled actuation at a micro-scale to provide controlled motion, testing of tissue compliance, biopsy, etc, and this is a prospect offered by functionally-graded shape memory alloys (SMAs).
  Using Catalytically Powered Microfluidic Transport to Enable Medical Diagnosis
  Dr Steve Ebbens, Dr X Zhao
Application Deadline: 23 January 2019
Microfluidic devices have the potential to enable diagnostic tests to be performed rapidly at the "point-of-care" enabling rapid responses to medical emergencies, and allowing patients to self-monitor medical conditions in their homes.
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