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Biomedical Engineering PhD Research Projects in Birmingham

We have 12 Biomedical Engineering PhD Research Projects in Birmingham

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We have 12 Biomedical Engineering PhD Research Projects in Birmingham

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Transdisciplinary Engineering Design Processes

Engineering underpins the design of all products, processes and systems. Design processes, which ultimately govern decisions made during the design and manufacturing process, in turn have huge social, economic and environment global impacts. Read more

Mechanobiology of Human Inflammaging

We are seeking applications for a fully-funded Ph.D. position in Mechanobiology, and Bioengineering, in the context of Human Ageing at the University of Birmingham. Read more

Novel Designs of Bone-like Scaffolds using Topology Optimisation and Additive Manufacturing

The advanced manufacturing lab at the School of Engineering, University of Birmingham is looking for a talented student to join the group and work on new project for 3D printing of synthetic bone graft substitute. Read more

Time Series for Mechanistic and Causal Models

Time Series appear ubiquitous in sciences and society, including financial time series, time series of disease spreads or time series of key molecules regulating the life and death of cells, animals, and humans. Read more

Understanding eye-hand coordination in object interception - a computational modelling approach

This PhD project with Dr Yeo will focus on understanding how we perform interception. Interceptive movements--such as catching a gently thrown ball, quickly grabbing a tilting cup to avoid spilling or even just handshaking someone--feel like trivial everyday tasks for us that seemingly look too simple to study. Read more

Leaky waveguide analysis of neutrophil migration and degranulation

Neutrophils are the most abundant white blood cell in circulation and are the first line for innate defence. This means that these cells locate to a site of injury and/or infection very quickly and initiate the body’s response. Read more
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