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PhD in Microultrasound arrays for diagnosis of skin pathologies

Industrial Partner. Dermus. Microultrasound, at frequencies of 30 MHz and more, has numerous applications, including in dermatology, where skin cancer is a particular focus. Read more

PhD in Microultrasound arrays for diagnosis of skin pathologies

Industrial Partner. Dermus. Microultrasound, at frequencies of 30 MHz and more, has numerous applications, including in dermatology, where skin cancer is a particular focus. Read more

Advancing optics and electronics of endoscopy and endomicroscopy

Throughout the history of microscopy, the endeavour has been to see smaller and smaller features. The key challenge in biology has been to observe this in vivo as this provides a dynamic view into living phenomena. Read more

Computational Studies of Haemodynamic Properties in Arteriovenous Fistula and Peripheral Arteries

Understanding the haemodynamic properties in coronary artery and renal dialysis venous access (DVA) in patients will help to improve the performance and longevity of renal DVA and coronary stent which underpins the life supporting haemodialysis techniques. Read more

Combining laser and ultrasound based molecular delivery strategies for enhanced drug delivery

Overview. This project addresses the critical area of delivering therapeutics to the skin. If successful, the approach will have direct and positive consequences for the treatment of a range of skin diseases, but may also be viewed as a more generic means of drug delivery for treating a much wider range of disease. Read more

Methods for ultrasensitive and quantitative multimodal molecular imaging of vascular inflammation

About the project. Imaging agents enable researchers to explore animal models and investigate human pathologies non-invasively and secure crucial data to understand the onset and progression of diseases and conditions at the molecular level. . Read more

Imaging the contribution of early cerebrovascular inflammation in Alzheimer's disease

Alzheimer’s disease (AD) and other neurodegenerative diseases are associated with chronic peripheral inflammation. About 40% of the population in western countries live with insulin resistance, type 2 diabetes, arterial hypertension, and obesity-related to lifestyle habits (e.g., Western-diet, tobacco addiction). Read more

Controlling selective formation of free radicals in cold atmospheric-pressure plasmas

  Research Group: York Plasma Institute
Non-equilibrium plasma technology underpins many high-tech industries such as nanofabrication of computer chips, deposition of advanced functional coatings and production of solar cells. Read more

AI-driven data analytics for particle identification in high-energy gamma-beam experiments

  Research Group: Nuclear Physics
Advanced electronic-signal data analytics is opening up new opportunities for physical science research, ranging from nuclear processes in the Big Bang [1] and neutron-star mergers, to how we can create radionuclides for medical diagnosis and treatment through gamma-induced fission and gamma-induced charged-particle emission. Read more

Photoacoustic optimisation of structured light for biomedical imaging

A PhD studentship is available in the Birmingham Photoacoustic Imaging Group. This is a new interdisciplinary research group based in the Institute of Cardiovascular Sciences (Medicine) and School of Computer Science (Engineering), and closely linked with UCL’s Department of Medical Physics. Read more

Deep-tissue optical imaging

The CMOS Sensors and Systems Group, of the Institute for Integrated Micro and Nano Systems within the University Of Edinburgh School Of Engineering, invites applications for a PhD position focused on deep-tissue optical imaging, supported by an EPSRC 2050 proposal. Read more

Development of sodium Magnetic Resonance Imaging (23Na MRI)

We are seeking a motivated and enthusiastic candidate to work on developing capabilities on Sodium Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), an imaging technique which is rising in popularity. Read more

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