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Electrochemistry PhD Projects in Bath

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  Electrochemical biosensor devices for point of care use
  Dr P Estrela
Applications accepted all year round
Students with secured funding are invited to apply for a PhD in the area of biosensors at the University of Bath. The Biosensor Research Laboratory (http://go.bath.ac.uk/biosensors) conducts research in electronic biosensor devices.
  C3Bio DTI PhD Studentship: Diagnostic Sensors for HIV Management in Low-Resource Settings
  Dr P Estrela, Dr D Moschou, Prof Mark Lindsay
Application Deadline: 10 January 2019
PhD studentship available within the C3Bio Doctoral Training Initiative. Grand Challenges in Health Technologies. See. http://www.bath.ac.uk/c3bio.
  Electrochemical biosensor devices for medical diagnosis
  Dr P Estrela
Application Deadline: 30 April 2019
The Biosensor Research Laboratory (http://go.bath.ac.uk/biosensors) conducts research in electronic biosensor devices. electrochemical impedance, biologically-sensitive field-effect transistors, (localized) surface plasmon resonance, quartz crystal microbalance, electronic addressing of microarrays, nanobiosensors, etc.
  Development of transducers or “brain-on-a-chip” platforms to record and modulate brain cells.
  Dr P Rocha
Application Deadline: 30 April 2019
The Bioelectronics group at the University of Bath in UK has a project focusing on the development of transducers or “brain-on-a-chip” platforms to record and modulate brain cells.
  Photocatalytic nanostructured anodic metal membranes for the removal of organic micropollutants from water (FoAMM)
  Prof D Mattia
Application Deadline: 1 March 2019
The accumulation, in the environment and in human food supply chain, of organic micropollutants, drugs, hormones or endocrine disruptors, represents today one of the biggest challenges to public health and the environment in the UK and other developed countries.
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