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Biomedical Engineering PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for UK Students

We have 172 Biomedical Engineering PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for UK Students

Understanding the role that materials play in the regeneration of new tissue during healing

Healing is a fundamental aspect of life, aimed at preventing infection and restoring bodily function, where the biological process has been developed through an evolutionary standpoint. Read more
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Advancing clinical elastography for early, non-invasive imaging assessment of normal tissue toxicity and tumour response

This PhD project offers an opportunity for an experimental scientist to work as part of a multi-disciplinary team to develop MR-Elastography and US-Elastography for the benefit of patients with cancer. Read more
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Role of the non-coding genome in the evolution of myeloma

Multiple myeloma (MM) results from the uncontrolled clonal expansion of plasma cells, usually in the bone marrow. Despite recent advances, MM is essentially an incurable malignancy, and most patients die from progressive disease caused by the emergence of drug resistant clones. Read more

Fully funded PhD Studentship in Microfluidics and Ovarian Cancer Treatment

Overview. The Analytical Systems Research group in the Department of Surgery & Cancer of Imperial College London has a fully funded PhD studentship (home fee status) to molecularly profile liquid biopsies from ovarian cancer patients using microfluidics. . Read more
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Longitudinal brain imaging and modelling to infer ageing and disease processes

Background. The structure and shape of the brain changes through development, ageing, and in disease. Cross-sectionally, changes in cortical shape and structure correlate with age, cognitive function, and disease severity or progression. Read more
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Human Intracortical Brain-Computer Interfaces for Cognition and Control

Human intracortical Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCIs) use features of single unit recordings from implanted electrode arrays to decode intended behaviours of users and output this through external devices such as computers or prosthetic devices. Read more
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Controlling tremor by closed-loop stimulation

Everyone experiences tremor. In healthy people it is no more than a nuisance, but in movement disorders like essential tremor and Parkinson’s disease it can become disabling. Read more
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Developing Auditory Closed-Loop Stimulation Therapeutics for a Marmoset Model of Social Cognition Disorders

Background. Atypical theta synchrony between the amygdala and the medial prefrontal cortex (mPFC) is a hallmark of social cognitive disorders such as anxiety and autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Read more

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