We have 47 Biomechanics PhD Research Projects for Self-funded Students

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Biomechanics PhD Research Projects for Self-funded Students

We have 47 Biomechanics PhD Research Projects for Self-funded Students

PhD Studentship: Characterising and validating turn strategies in the real-world in people with Parkinson’s disease.

Award summary. 100% of Home tuition fees paid and annual living expenses of £18,622 (2023/24 UKRI rate). International applicants are welcome to apply but successful international candidates will be required to make up the difference between the home fees and international fees. . Read more

EPSRC DTP studentship in The Neuromechanics of Human Balance and Walking

EPSRC DTP studentship - 3.5 years full time starting 1st October 2024. Project summary. The School of Healthcare Sciences at Cardiff University are delighted to offer a fully funded EPSRC studentship starting in October 2024. Read more

Applying novel imaging methods and machine learning techniques to advance in-vivo knee biomechanics analysis

3 years full time start date July/October 2024. Project Summary. This is an opportunity to work on an exciting project focussed on machine learning applied to in-vivo knee biomechanics working with Cardiff University, Imperial College, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven and University of Florida. Read more

Optimising functional independence across the life and healthspan using neurostimulation

Neuroplasticity is integral to recovery and maintenance of functional independence as we age, and even more crucial in individuals with developmental disorders such as Cerebral Palsy and those with injuries to their brain and/or central nervous system (Spinal Cord Injury, Stroke, MS). Read more

PhD Studentship – NIHR Newcastle Biomedical Research Centre (BRC) – Fat, fibroblasts and immunotherapy resistance in NASH-HCC

Award summary . 100% home tuition fees and an annual stipend of £18,622 (2023/ 2024 UKRI rate). International candidates will be required to fund the difference between the home and international fees. . Read more
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An in-vitro model for the study of intervertebral disc degeneration

The World Health Organisation has reported low back pain as a health problem of global significance as this disabling condition affects an estimated 619 million people worldwide and it is a cause of huge economic burden on individuals and on societies because of absenteeism and healthcare costs. Read more
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PhD studentship: Untangling the role of 3D collagen fibre networks in breast cancer progression

The cells in our bodies are surrounded by a complex arrangement of proteins and sugars. Known as the extracellular matrix (ECM), this intricate network plays vital roles in disease progression. Read more
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Understanding and reversing accelerated cell ageing in human premature ageing diseases

It is exceptionally rare to grow old in good health and by the age of 85 virtually nobody is disease free so there is an urgent need to develop new interventions that will promote wellbeing in later life. Read more
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PhD Studentship in Human Movement Sciences: modelling foot support in older adults for optimal balance analysis

Award summary. 100% of UK home tuition fees paid and annual living expenses of £18,622 (23/24 full award). A successful international candidate needs to fund the difference between the UK and international fees. . Read more

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