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Biomedical Engineering PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Oxford

We have 24 Biomedical Engineering PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Oxford

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We have 24 Biomedical Engineering PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Oxford

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DPhil in Cancer Science

 . Explore our new DPhil course designed to provide you with the best possible start to your graduate research career with both world-leading fundamental scientific training and the skills to apply your work for cancer patient impact. Read more

Brain Computer Interfacing for Closed-loop Neuromodulation

Applications are invited to join a multidisciplinary team of scientists studying neurodynamics and its control for therapy. The studentship is available from the start of academic year 2022/23 for 3.5 years and will be primarily supervised by. Read more

Sensory ganglia organoids to dissect chronic pain mechanisms

Commercial partner: . Eli Lilly. The sensory ganglia, containing cell bodies of peripheral sensory neurons, have a key role in both normal sensation and chronic pain conditions. Read more

Non-invasive phenotyping of muscle function using multi-nuclear MR

Commercial partner: . RAPID Biomedical GmbH. , Rimpar, Germany. Breathlessness, fatigue on exertion and exercise intolerance are common features of obesity, type II diabetes and heart failure. Read more

Development and implementation of high-resolution imaging techniques and post-processing methods for hyperpolarised magnetic resonance imaging

Commercial partner: . GE Healthcare. , Chalfont St Giles. Hyperpolarised magnetic resonance imaging (HMRI) is a powerful clinical tool enabling non-invasive imaging and physiology quantification of disease that is not possible with other imaging techniques. Read more

Characterisation and treatment of patient iPSC-derived retinal organoids as an in vitro model of inherited retinal disease

Commercial partner: . Newcells Biotech. , Newcastle upon Tyne . Induced pluripotent stem cell (iPSC) derived 3D retinal organoids (ROs) mimic the architecture of the mammalian retina and can therefore be used as a physiologically relevant in vitro model. Read more

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