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We have 9 University of York Biomedical Engineering PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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We have 9 University of York Biomedical Engineering PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

Self-funded BMS project: Normal and malignant blood stem cell biology

One of the simplest and most provocative concepts in all of stem cell biology is how a single stem cell can give rise to any of the highly specialised cell types of a given tissue while also having the capacity to make a new equally potent stem cell. Read more

Intelligent Robotic Device for Minimally Invasive Diagnosis and Treatment

  Research Group: Intelligent Systems and Nanoscience
The Medical Robotics Lab (. https://www.mrlabuk.com/. ) at the University of York has career opportunities in Medical Robotics and Medical Mechatronics. Read more

Medical Robot for Minimally Invasive Orthopaedic Surgeries

  Research Group: Intelligent Systems and Nanoscience
The Medical Robotics Lab at the University of York has career opportunities in the area of Medical Robotics and Medical Mechatronics. Read more

Electronic switching of peptide self-assembly: new approaches for directing nanofabrication.

  Research Group: Intelligent Systems and Nanoscience
Biomolecular recognition is considered one of the most promising approaches for high-throughput nanofabrication. For example, the ability of proteins, peptides or DNA to assemble spontaneously into complex and well-defined 3D structures has been exploited for fabricating a range of nano-structured materials and devices. Read more

Computational neuroscience: Statistical signal processing for multivariate neuronal data, Neural computing with Spiking neural networks.

  Research Group: Intelligent Systems and Nanoscience
How does the human brain work? As you read this text, the pixels on your screen are converted into a series of spike trains passing along the neural pathways in your brain, allowing you to understand the content. Read more

Machine Learning for classifying and characterising living cell cultures

  Research Group: Intelligent Systems and Nanoscience
In collaboration with the Department of Biology at the University of York and the Department of Computer Science at the University of Sheffield, programmable agent-based computational models have been developed to help interpret how populations of cells arise and repair from individual cell:cell interactions. Read more
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