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  Doctor of Engineering (EngD): Biomedical imaging and signal processing for the intra-operative detection of cancerous tissue (Lightpoint Medical)
  Prof D Reid, Prof R Thomson
Application Deadline: 30 May 2019

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The EngD is an alternative to a traditional PhD aimed at students wanting a career in industry. Students spend about 75% of their time working directly with a company in addition to receiving advanced-level training from a broad portfolio of technical and business courses.
  BBSRC iCASE project: Mapping G Protein Coupled Receptor Interactions using Carbene Footprinting
  Dr N Oldham
Application Deadline: 31 May 2019

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A BBSRC iCASE PhD studentship is available to work with Prof Neil Oldham at the University of Nottingham in collaboration with OMass Technologies.
  Statistical characterisation of brain tissue microstructure with diffusion magnetic resonance imaging
  Research Group: Brain Imaging
  Dr L Beltrachini, Prof K Murphy
Application Deadline: 31 May 2019

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Diffusion Magnetic Resonance Imaging (dMRI) is a medical imaging technique that allows to characterise brain structures in the microscale in vivo and non-invasively.
  What Does the Human Face Tell the Human Brain?
  Dr I Tachtsidis
Application Deadline: 31 May 2019

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The Department of Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering is one of the largest Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering departments in the UK and is proud to host internationally-leading research groups covering a broad range of activities and is spread over several sites.
  Using conformational changes in polyelectrolytes as a transduction component signals in bioelectronics
  Research Group: Materials Physics
  Dr M Geoghegan
Applications accepted all year round

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The need for biocompatible scaffolds that can be integrated into the body to support therapeutic applications requires a number of factors to work in concert.
  Time-resolved NMR of biochemical processes
  Prof D Kurzbach
Application Deadline: 31 May 2019

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The NMR / DNP group of the university Vienna (www.Vienna-DNP.at) is looking for a highly motivated student to carry out a PhD thesis project centered around novel (hyperpolarization) tools based on NMR spectroscopy for the characterization of protein and DNA interactions.
  Use of inertial sensors for fall prediction in older people
  Dr A Shaheen, Dr A Cocks
Applications accepted all year round

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Falls in older people are a common cause of morbidity, mortality and loss of function. The physiological changes to the motor and sensory functions caused by ageing combined with the presence of other age-related diseases put this population at a high risk of falling.
  Quantitative investigation of B cell activation using DNA nanotechnology
  Dr K Spillane
Application Deadline: 31 May 2019

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B cells are white blood cells that produce neutralising antibodies in response to foreign pathogens. They are activated following encounters with antigen molecules displayed on the surfaces of antigen-presenting cells.
  Porosity tailored titanium scaffolds for bone engineering
  Dr C Torres-Sanchez, Prof P Conway
Applications accepted all year round

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Replacing a part or a function of the body in a safe, reliable, long-lasting and economic manner is the main motivation of this study.
  Modelling of Oral Neutrophil Epithelial interactions
  Dr E Hagi-Pavli
Applications accepted all year round

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Background and Clinical Significance. Neutrophils are an important and vital cellular component of the innate immune system providing rapid protection against microbial invasion.
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