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We have 99 Biomedical Engineering (self) PhD Research Projects

Habitual and contextual self in information processing

Self biases are pervasive in our decision making and even in the way we see the world. Evaluating the properties of these biases provides a critical way of trying to understand what we mean by the self – a longstanding quest to numerous disciplines (e.g., psychology, philosophy, neuroscience). Read more

Self-Assembling Peptides for Biomedical Applications

Designed short peptides can self-assemble into different nanostructures (such as nanoparticles, nanofibrils and hydrogels) through weak interactions and have a variety of applications. Read more

Self-assembly and phase separation in biological systems

Are you interested in joining research on the interface of cutting edge biophysical modeling and biological experiment?. A PhD project is available to model self-assembly and phase separation in biological cells. Read more

Bioactive Peptide Nanostructures: The relation between bioactivity and molecular self-assembly into diverse nanostructures

Research into bioactive peptides includes work on antimicrobial peptides, amyloid-related peptides with relevance to protein misfolding diseases such as Alzheimers, lipopeptides with applications in immune therapies and for wound healing and skincare. Read more

Electronic switching of peptide self-assembly: new approaches for directing nanofabrication.

  Research Group: Intelligent Systems and Nanoscience
Biomolecular recognition is considered one of the most promising approaches for high-throughput nanofabrication. For example, the ability of proteins, peptides or DNA to assemble spontaneously into complex and well-defined 3D structures has been exploited for fabricating a range of nano-structured materials and devices. Read more

PhD Studentship in Drug Delivery - Development of self-administrable medical microimplants

Number of awards. 1. Start date and duration. September 2021 for 42 months. Overview. Conventional medical implants are difficult for patients to self-manage because they need to be administered surgically. Read more

Self-funded BMS project: Normal and malignant blood stem cell biology

One of the simplest and most provocative concepts in all of stem cell biology is how a single stem cell can give rise to any of the highly specialised cell types of a given tissue while also having the capacity to make a new equally potent stem cell. Read more

Robotic and Cyber-Physical Materials

Robotic or Cyber-Physical materials use embedded sensing, actuation and control to realise novel and improved performance over conventional or passive materials [1]. Read more

Design, synthesis and applications of polymers and polymer colloids

  Research Group: Polymers and Composites
The Fielding research group is based in the Department of Materials at The University of Manchester. Our research involves the design, synthesis and applications of polymers and polymer colloids for use in various applications. Read more

A point-of-care biosensor for personalised medicine

Personalised medicine is heavily reliant on point-of-care biosensors. Such biosensors should be self-referenced i.e. able to measure analytes in biological samples that are complex mixtures and amid changes in ambient conditions (e.g. Read more

Developing optical ultrasound sensors for photoacoustic imaging

Summary. A funded PhD studentship is available in the University of Birmingham’s Photoacoustic Imaging Group, based in the Institute of Cardiovascular Science in the College of Medical and Dental Sciences. Read more

Autonomous Microfluidic Platform for Healthcare Applications

The vision is to develop a complete, self-contained and self-powered microfluidic platform that has the sensitivity and selectivity of the current best clinical diagnostics (such as ELISA) but which can be used by anybody, anywhere and at any time with results reported in minutes. Read more

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