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  UKRI Centre for Doctoral Training in AI-enabled Healthcare Systems

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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.
  UKRI Centre for Doctoral Training in Biomedical Artificial Intelligence

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Now recruiting to a fully funded 4-year programme, to start in September 2020.
  Smart implant and spine AI
  Dr J Cheung
Applications accepted all year round

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Our team is working on novel diagnosis methods and implants for spine disorders. The diagnosis tools cover form home based examinations to hospital screenings.
  BBSRC EASTBIO PhD Programme: Machine learning based analysis of cell and tissue dynamics during gastrulation
  Prof C J Weijer, Dr R Sknepnek
Application Deadline: 5 January 2020

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This 4 year PhD project is part of a competition funded by EASTBIO BBSRC Doctoral Training Partnership http://www.eastscotbiodtp.ac.uk/how-apply-0.
  Novel Camera Technology for Imaging of Cell Collectives - Start date: 1st October 2019
  Prof D Faccio
Applications accepted all year round

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The University of Glasgow (UofG) is home to world-leading research in the fields of imaging and computing science. UofG is also home to the UK Hub for Quantum Imaging Technologies, QuantIC (https://quantic.ac.uk/) who are co-funding this PhD research project in collaboration with a Horiba.
  Scoliosis research and outcomes
  Dr J Cheung
Applications accepted all year round

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Adolescent idiopathic scoliosis is the commonest form of spinal deformity in the paediatric population. Without proper treatment, these curves may deteriorate and lead to cosmetic disfigurement, back pain, and cardiopulmonary compromise.
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