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We have 21 Computer Science & IT (health care) PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

Reinforcement learning to support decisions in health service delivery, Artificial Intelligence, Data Science, Health Services Research, Operational Research, Machine Learning – PhD (Funded) Ref: 4157

We are seeking an exceptional PhD candidate to work across the fields of reinforcement learning and health services. In reinforcement learning an artificially intelligent ‘agent’ acts as an optimiser and interacts with an uncertain environment in order to obtain ‘reward’. Read more

UKRI Centre for Doctoral Training in Artificial Intelligence for Medical Diagnosis and Care

Building on the Leeds distinctive strength, depth and international excellence in multi-modal AI, and medical diagnosis and care, we will train cohorts of researchers equipped with the necessary skills to unlock the immense potential of AI within the health domain. Read more

Investigating Older Adults’ Experiences with Multimorbidity and How Digital Health Strategies Can Shape, Enable or Hinder Better Trajectories of Care

  Research Group: Cybersecurity, Privacy and HCC Research Section
Project Highlights.        Understand the socio-cultural, environmental and infrastructural challenges that influence multimorbidity and older adults’ lived experiences negotiating and navigating care. Read more

Investigating Older Adults’ Experiences with Multimorbidity and How Digital Health Strategies Can Shape, Enable or Hinder Better Trajectories of Care

  Research Group: Cybersecurity, Privacy and HCC Research Section
Project Highlights.        Understand the socio-cultural, environmental and infrastructural challenges that influence multimorbidity and older adults’ lived experiences negotiating and navigating care. Read more

Enhancing Women’s Access and Experiences of Care during Pregnancy through Digital Health Technologies

  Research Group: Cybersecurity, Privacy and HCC Research Section
This project is in collaboration with the University of Leicester, the University of Cape Town, and the broader EPSRC/GCRF funded UK-South Africa CoMaCH Network on Co-designing community-based digital health interventions for maternal and child health . Read more

Enhancing Complementary Feeding Practices through Digital Health Technologies in Peru

  Research Group: Cybersecurity, Privacy and HCC Research Section
This project is in collaboration with the School of Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences, Loughborough University and the Institute of Nutritional Research in Lima, Peru. Read more

Enhancing Complementary Feeding Practices through Digital Health Technologies in Peru

  Research Group: Cybersecurity, Privacy and HCC Research Section
This project is in collaboration with the School of Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences, Loughborough University and the Institute of Nutritional Research in Lima, Peru. Read more

Security and privacy in IoT systems

Internet of Things (IoT) systems have entered our everyday life in various application scenarios. They range from personalised health care utilising data from users' wearable devices to smart manufacturing deploying data from all types of smart sensors embedded within the manufacturing processes. Read more

PhD on development of animal health and welfare monitoring technology

The research team of M3-BIORES (Measure, Model and Manage Bio-Responses) at KU Leuven carries out research and innovation in the field of monitoring animal and human responses with the mission to improve their health and well-being. Read more

Unpaid carers: Burnout Tracking through Multimodal Interaction

  Research Group: Complex Systems
Unpaid carers provide non-medical care to people who suffer long-term diseases or disabilities. This role is highly demanding and time consuming, causing a multidimensional impact on the caregiver's life. Read more

Unpaid carers: Burnout Tracking through Multimodal Interaction

  Research Group: Complex Systems
Unpaid carers provide non-medical care to people who suffer long-term diseases or disabilities. This role is highly demanding and time consuming, causing a multidimensional impact on the caregiver's life. Read more

Personalised content exploration engine to support self-management of multiple chronic conditions

  Research Group: Applied Computing
The self-management model in health aims to empower a person to be more active participant in his or her own care [1]. Involving patients actively in their own care is critical for controlling disease management costs associated with monitoring and assessment. Read more

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