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Latest Biomedical Engineering PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 57 Latest Biomedical Engineering PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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High Resolution Data-Driven Tactile Display for Sensory Substitution Devices

The Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering at the University of Bath is inviting applications for the following project, commencing October 2022, which is fully funded with a £5000 per annum stipend top-up from JonJu Tech Ltd. Read more

Extended Reality Simulation of Childbirth (LAPEERR_U23SF)

Human childbirth is a complex biomechanical process that distinctly lacks transparency. Because of this, it is still considered to be one of the riskiest events in anyone’s life due to potential complications during labour that may well result in adverse outcomes for either baby or mother. Read more

Pharmaceutical 3D and 4D printing: from personalised medicine to smart medical device (QIS_U23SF)

While 3D printing is rapidly infiltrating into the fields of pharmaceutical and biomedical applications, 4D printing is a new field on the horizon with the promises of making the imaginary technology advancements into reality. Read more
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Hybrid Soft and Continuum Robots for Medical Applications

  Research Group: School of Electronic & Electrical Engineering
Soft. and. continuum. robots (i.e. without discrete links) offer the advantage of high flexibility and safer interaction with respect to their rigid robotic counterparts. Read more

Optimising host response biology to advance wound dressing efficacy

Chronic, non-healing wounds affect 22 million patients annually. Whilst advances have been made in antimicrobial and moisture protecting dressings there remaining significant challenges in providing dressings which can resolve chronic inflammation within the non-healing wound bed. Read more

Advanced Metallic Systems Centre for Doctoral Training

The Centre for Doctoral Training in Advanced Metallic Systems (AMSCDT) is a joint venture between Dublin City University, University College Dublin, University of Sheffield, and University of Manchester. Read more

Abrasive Discs Product Performance Enhancement and Benchmarking and Development of Online Quality Control

Project - Abrasive Discs Product Performance Enhancement and Benchmarking and Development of Online Quality Control. The focus of this project is to enhance the performance of quick change abrasive discs by introducing a new material lining in the discs that could absorb heat and provide longer operation times. Read more

Using wearable sensors to investigate arm use in everyday activities after a stroke

Stroke is the leading cause of severe disability in adults, with over two-thirds leaving hospital with a disability. According to the Scottish Government’s Progressive Stroke Pathway, people should have access to high quality stroke rehabilitation with the aim of optimising function and promoting independence. Read more

PhD Scholarship Opportunity: Advanced materials for brain-computer interfaces

We are seeking a highly motivated, passionate, and competitive candidate for a fully funded PhD position in developing advanced materials for biomedical applications. Read more

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