We have 26 Medical Physics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Non-European Students in the UK

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Medical Physics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Non-European Students in the UK

We have 26 Medical Physics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Non-European Students in the UK

Camera-based Biomechanical Assessment through Facial and Eye Tracking for Neuromuscular Diseases

The Project and Our Offer. Real-time image processing via smart phone cameras is capable of capturing and monitoring early and subtle signs of neuromuscular and neurological dysfunction including facial characteristics such as eye movement, facial expression, weakness, altered fat distribution, speech. Read more

Fully funded iCASE PhD Studentships

Embark on a journey of cutting-edge research and innovation with our MRC Industry Partner (iCASE) PhD studentships! We are offering a further two fully funded opportunities to combine academic research and training with industrial experience. Read more

Optimising robotic platforms for terahertz detection of cancer

Are you interested in applying physics to situations that could benefit medical diagnosis? Terahertz (1012 Hz, THz) pulsed imaging is a new technique with high resolution (about 20 μm) and has only emerged recently as a potential new clinical tool for medical imaging. Read more

Disentangling functional subnetworks in the resting state with fNIRS

Understanding brain function is a complex challenge that can be better approached from an integrated perspective, combining experimental evidence from neuroscience with a robust theoretical framework provided by mathematical modelling and computer science. Read more
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Advancing clinical elastography for early, non-invasive imaging assessment of normal tissue toxicity and tumour response

This PhD project offers an opportunity for an experimental scientist to work as part of a multi-disciplinary team to develop MR-Elastography and US-Elastography for the benefit of patients with cancer. Read more
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Development of automatic plan-of-the-day selection tools for radiation therapy of pelvic cancer

This PhD is an exciting opportunity to apply your physics, mathematics, and/or computing skills to improve the way in which we treat patients with cancer. We are seeking an individual who is a keen programmer, and wishes to work in a multidisciplinary environment with radiographers, physicists, and clinicians and is passionate about a career in cancer research and medical imaging. . Read more

Computational Video Analysis for High-Speed Atomic Force Microscopy (HS-AFM)

  Research Group: School of Physics and Astronomy
Are you passionate about using computational techniques to help unravel the mysteries of life at the molecular level? Do you dream of making a real impact on fields like materials science, medicine, and disease research?. Read more

Modelling & Economics of Vaccine-Preventable Diseases in South East Asia

Decisions on adopting vaccine policies for infectious diseases can be informed by model-based economic evaluations of the costs and benefits achieved, including the indirect benefits by reducing transmission. Read more

Mid-infrared hollow-core fibre and laser development for environmental monitoring, non-invasive surgery and advanced manufacturing

In this project we will develop hollow-core optical fibres (HCFs) for mid-infrared laser delivery. HCFs offer a radically new solution for laser delivery as they guide light in a gas-filled core, instead of the glass in conventional optical fibres. Read more

2D Material enhanced ATR and Raman chips for biomedical sensing applications

Supervisory Team: Prof. Senthil Murugan Ganapathy. Project description. There is an urgent need for diagnostic tools capable of swiftly delivering results directly at patients' bedsides and within doctors' practices. Read more

Transforming respiratory care at the bedside using machine learning assisted on-chip vibrational spectroscopy

Supervisory Team: Prof. Senthil Murugan Ganapathy. Project description. Acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS), a widespread respiratory condition affecting all ages, causes respiratory failure due to inflamed, fluid-filled lungs hindering gas exchange. Read more

Machine learning approaches to cross-modal information fusion in podiatric X-ray imaging

Supervisory Team.   Thomas Blumensath (ISVR), Alex Dickinson (Engineering Sciences). Project description. Three dimensional images of the foot taken under loading conditions can provide a valuable clinical tool for the assessment of bone alignment related complaints. Read more

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