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medical imaging PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 177 medical imaging PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

Robust Deep Learning for Medical Image Reconstruction

The Department of Biomedical Engineering at the University of Dundee is inviting applications for a self-funded PhD research project under the supervision of Dr Alessandro Perelli. Read more
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Advancing Deep Learning (DL) Techniques for Medical Image Analysis

Introduction.  . Lately, convolutional neural networks (CNNs) have demonstrated competitive performance in medical image analysis tasks, such as disease classification, tumor segmentation, and lesion detection [1]. Read more

Computational methods for medical image analysis: Foundation models, Generative models and Multimodal Learning

The field of medical imaging and precision medicine has seen remarkable advancements in recent years, driven by the potential of artificial intelligence (AI) technologies, such as generative models, foundation models, multi-modal learning algorithms, and large language models. Read more

Data driven approaches for nonlinear inverse problems

The project aims to develop new techniques for solving complex inverse problems that arise in various scientific fields. In many real-world applications, such as medical imaging, geophysics, and material science, we often seek to recover the hidden properties of a system from indirect and noisy measurements. Read more

Monitoring Buildings, Volcanoes and Seismic Activity Using Large Ring Laser Gyroscopes

Description. Monitoring Buildings, Volcanoes and Seismic Activity Using Large Ring Laser Gyroscopes. A ring laser is a self-excited optical oscillator employing a cavity where the round trip path encloses a finite area. Read more

Unravelling the human brain’s connectome using HiP-CT (Fully Funded PhD)

Lead supervisors: Dr Claire Walsh. Eligibility: Open to UK students and international students. Fully Funded. 3 years of Home tuition fees (currently £5,860/year) and a tax-free maintenance stipend of £24,000 per year. Read more

Controlled Synthesis of Virtual Patient Populations with Multimodal Representation Learning

This project invites PhD candidates who are interested in developing generative models that can deal with complex multimodal patient data, contributing to safer, better and faster innovations of medical products via in-silico trials. Read more

PhD in Learned Iterative Image Reconstruction for Tomographic Imaging with the Radiotherapy Treatment Radiation

​Radiation therapy is used for more than half of all cancer patients. New frontiers in radiation therapy are reached by integrating together imaging and radiation-therapy systems, for imaging the patient immediately prior or during treatment. Read more
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Exploration of deep learning based generative adversarial networks (GANs) to mitigate bias in the evaluation of medical images among diverse population and disease sub-groups

Medical image analysis using Deep Learning models involves training on progressively larger datasets. Homogeneity of data within the training set, particularly in its representation of diverse population sub-groups and various disease stages, substantially influences model effectiveness. Read more

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