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We have 25 Tissue Engineering PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students

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Tissue Engineering PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students

We have 25 Tissue Engineering PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Self-funded Students

Restoration of sensation to prosthetic limb users

Project Overview. We are recruiting a funded PhD position within the newly established Bionic Integration Laboratory to continue development of implantable bioelectronics that enable the restoration of sensation to prosthetic users.   . Read more

Bioactive-loaded scaffolds for conjunctiva regeneration

Are you passionate about tissue engineering and regenerative medicine? Join us in undertaking a highly innovative PhD project focused on the conjunctiva, an under-researched yet incredibly vital tissue essential for eye protection and ocular surface homeostasis. Read more
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The repair of human fetal membranes after premature rupture

This is an exciting PhD position funded by the Tommy’s National Preterm Birth Centre, Prenatal Charity and the Faculty of Science and Engineering at Queen Mary. Read more

Antimicrobial dressings that use invisible light to fight wound infection

Complex wounds (e.g. leg ulcers) are a common condition that produces high levels of morbidity. With >1.6 per 1000 of the UK population affected by complex wounds at any one time, the estimated annual cost to the NHS is >£5 billion. Read more

A computational fluid dynamics (CFD) investigation of endovascular aortic arch stent graft designs in relation to post-operative thrombus formation

Industry co-funded EPSRC PhD Studentship. An exciting opportunity for a fully-funded 42-month PhD studentship co-funded by a world-leading medical devices company and EPSRC is available at the Department of Biomedical Engineering at the University of Strathclyde. Read more

Exploring mechanisms underlying viral infections in initiating pulmonary fibrosis

Respiratory viral infections are the most prevalent illnesses in humans. In addition to their immediate health effects, these infections can result in long-term lung conditions like pulmonary fibrosis and worsen existing chronic lung diseases. Read more

Injectable hydrogels for articular cartilage tissue regeneration

School of Pharmacy and Bioengineering invites applications for a self-funded PhD project that aims to address the challenges of Osteoarthritis (OA) through developing advanced photocurable cartilage-mimicking biomaterials. Read more

Biomechanical Investigation of Tendinopathy: A Multiscale Study

Overview. This PhD project aims to address the prevalent issue of tendinopathies, which significantly impact the general population and pose substantial socio-economic challenges globally. Read more

Sustainable processes – reducing single use plastics in healthcare

The burden of medical plastic waste has become an increasingly pressing concern in recent years. The healthcare industry relies heavily on single-use plastic items due to their convenience and hygiene factors, but this has led to a significant environmental problem. Read more

Applied optogenetics to study the influence of neuronal activity on neurodegeneration

Neurodegenerative diseases represent a significant and growing challenge to global health, affecting millions worldwide. Despite extensive research efforts, the underlying mechanisms of neurodegeneration are not fully understood, and there is a critical lack of effective treatments. Read more

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