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EPSRC CDT in Advanced Biomedical Materials

EPSRC CDT in Advanced Biomedical Materials

Could your research have a real impact on the future?

The EPSRC CDT in Advanced Biomedical Materials at Manchester (ABM CDT) is for those who want to change people’s lives. Right now, our teams are working on treating complex wounds, tackling cancer challenges, and improving the experiences of dysphagia patients. We’re conducting research into bone tissue engineering, nanomaterials, stem cells and biosensors. All of which is supported by a £235 million investment in our Royce Institute, ensuring we’ve got the lab facilities we need.

And that’s just a glimpse at what we do.

Now, we’re looking for new applicants. We want people with ideas, people who are used to overcoming challenges, those who are passionate about changing the world for the better.

EPSRC CDT in Advanced Biomedical Materials

If that’s you, we’ll make sure we support you properly, so you can focus on your work. That means a stipend of over £15,000 a year for living costs, plus funding for your tuition fees (minimum of £4,407 a year).

And we don’t care if you don’t come from a medical or materials background. If you’ve got the passion for this research, and you meet the requirements we’re after, we’d love to see your application.

Apply today, at www.advanced-biomedical-materials-cdt.manchester.ac.uk/study/how-to-apply, or drop us a line to chat to a member of the team at abmcdt@manchester.ac.uk.

Want to know more?

We’ve covered the application process and any eligibility or funding questions here.

DEADLINE FOR UK ONLY APPLICATIONS: 21 JUNE 2022

EPSRC CDT in Advanced Biomedical Materials

Available projects

University of Manchester, Department of Materials Industry based projects

Project title Industry Partner details:
Implementation of new 3D printed & advanced materials sensors for the bio analysis of dysphagia patients Viscgo Limited
Oak House, Canal Side, Moore, Warrington, WA4 5QT, UKE
A functionalised TRAD for the treatment of rotator cuff injuries Retendon Ltd.
Core Technology Facility, 46 Grafton Street, Manchester M13 9NT
A multidisciplinary approach to model and reveal the mechanisms of fibrotic tissue formation follow injury Istituto Image S.r.l. - Regenerative Clinic,
via Pietro Mascagni, 14 20122 Milan, Italy

University of Manchester, Department of Materials

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University of Sheffield, Department of Materials Science and Engineering

To apply for this programme, please visit www.advanced-biomedical-materials-cdt.manchester.ac.uk. Informal enquiries are welcome, to abmcdt@manchester.ac.uk.

Find out how to apply, with information on eligibility and funding here.

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