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University of Sheffield Biomedical Engineering PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

We have 10 University of Sheffield Biomedical Engineering PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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We have 10 University of Sheffield Biomedical Engineering PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

Perpetual Modelling and Decision Making for Biomedical Systems

Computational power and maturity of mathematical techniques has allowed us to be able to analyse vast amount of data in the biomedical sector which has led to the development of various successful modelling and decision making techniques. Read more

Resilient Implantable Devices

The University of Sheffield's Biomedical Robotics Laboratory within the Department of Automatic Control and Systems Engineering invites applications for a PhD Scholarship on Resilient Robotic Implants from talented and excellent graduates. Read more

Robotic and Cyber-Physical Materials

Robotic or Cyber-Physical materials use embedded sensing, actuation and control to realise novel and improved performance over conventional or passive materials [1]. Read more

EPSRC CDT in Advanced Biomedical Materials

Applications will soon be invited from qualified graduates for fully-funded four-year PhD studentships in the area of Advanced Biomedical Materials. Read more

Additive manufacturing of skin-facing antimicrobial surgical devices

This is an interdisciplinary project involving additive manufacturing (3D printing), microbiology and tissue culture. In previous projects1, we developed 3D printed parts with inherent antimicrobial properties that can be printed into complex geometries and withstand sterilisation well. Read more

The development of therapeutic peptides for cancer.

Colorectal cancer is the second most common cancer in women and the third in men. There were 1.8 million new diagnoses in 2018. There is a huge demand to improve conventional therapies and to discover novel ones. Read more
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