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Mechanics of Life Leverhulme Doctoral Scholarship Programme MPhil / PhD

The Mechanics of Life Doctoral Scholarship Programme is a unique multi-disciplinary doctoral training scheme funded by the Leverhulme Trust that focuses on how physical forces and changes in the mechanical properties of cells and tissues contribute to development, cell differentiation, physiology, and disease. Read more

MRC DiMeN Doctoral Training Partnership: Improving the outcome of surgical treatment for liver cancer: Combining advanced medical imaging and computational fluid dynamics for personalised treatment planning

Background. Liver surgery is the primary treatment for many patients with liver cancer, but surgical planning is often a difficult balancing act between removing enough liver tissue to completely excise the tumour, and leaving sufficient liver and blood circulation to sustain post-surgery recovery. Read more

Homologous recombination at human centromeres – friend or foe?

The centromere is a region of chromatin that serves as a platform for the kinetochore machinery assembly, hence is essential for accurate chromosome segregation during cell division. Read more
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EASTBIO Mathematical modelling of multicellular circuits giving rise to dynamic tissue states in liver disease

Non-alcoholic fatty liver disease is the commonest cause of liver disease, affecting 1 in 4 people worldwide. Only a proportion of patients with a fatty liver go on to develop serious liver problems but, crucially, we don’t understand why some NAFLD patients progress and others don’t. Read more

Dexamethasone-releasing cochlear implants for fibroblast growth inhibition

Cochlear implants are implanted electronic hearing device designed to produce useful hearing sensations to persons with severe to profound nerve deafness by electrically stimulating nerves inside the inner ear. Read more

3D printing of drug delivery implants

Additive manufacturing (AM) encompasses a wide range of processes that create structures through deposition or binding of materials in successive layers to produce a 3D object. Read more

Mechanochemical synthesis of polymer-drug conjugates via reactive extrusion

Polymer–drug conjugate (PDCs) therapeutics are pharmacologically active macromolecular constructs comprising at least one therapeutic agent covalently bound to a polymeric carrier. Read more

A new, all-polymer PEEK-OPTIMA™ femoral knee component for total knee replacement

  Research Group: School of Mechanical Engineering
Do you want to make a difference in patients’ lives? Are you interested in medical technologies innovation? Do you want to collaborate with industry? If… Read more

UKRI Centre for Doctoral Training in AI-enabled Healthcare Systems

Up to ten 4-year PhD Studentships available starting September 2023. A unique training and research opportunity, preparing future leaders who will go on to solve the most pressing healthcare challenges with the most innovative artificial intelligence solutions. Read more

Advanced Manufacturing for Magnetic Soft Continuum Surgical Robotics

  Research Group: School of Electronic & Electrical Engineering
Soft and continuum robots have demonstrated efficacy in numerous applications, including delicate object handling and manipulation, rehabilitation devices, and surgical and endoscopic robotics. Read more

Photonic detection of biomarkers for Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is a major societal concern resulting in hundreds of thousands of fatalities globally each year. In the UK alone, the number of cases is projected to increase by 75% by 2050, with economic costs expected to reach £40 billion annually if not tackled. Read more

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