Cardiovascular Elastography: to develop computational and experimental methodologies to characterise cardiovascular tissue, implants and biocompatible materials in-vivo and ex-vivo
The biomedical engineering research group in the School of Engineering, University of Birmingham develop computational and experimental methodologies to characterise cardiovascular tissue, implants and biocompatible materials in-vivo and ex-vivo. Dr Lauren Thomas-Seale’s research focuses on developing elastography imaging, image processing techniques and validation methodologies to characterise the mechanical properties of healthy and diseased cardiovascular tissue. Experimental and/or computational PhDs are available, and may be tailored to the expertise and interests of the applicant.
Dr Lauren Thomas-Seale is an advocate of equality and diversity. Any applicants who require adaptations to their PhD due to their personal circumstances, for example part-time or flexible working are most welcome to apply.
This research project is one of a number of projects at this institution and is in competition for funding with one or more projects. Usually the project which receives the best applicant will be awarded the funding.
Non-UK/EU Students: If you have the correct qualifications and access to your own funding, your application to work on this project will be considered. You can search for funding at: View Website. For application advice, please contact: [Email Address Removed].
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FTE Category A staff submitted: 21.00
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