|Funding for:||UK Students, EU Students, International Students|
|Placed On:||10th June 2019|
|Closes:||2nd August 2019|
The project will require a highly motivated student to work across the boundaries of engineering and medicine, where they will develop a broad range of skills including: in depth knowledge of ultrasound imaging and its applications, design and testing of ultrasound embedded systems, FPGA programming, sterile cell culture and testing, nanoparticle testing and the use of high powered laser systems and optics.
Applications are invited from candidates with a degree equivalent to a UK upper second class honours degree (2:1), and/or a Master's degree in a relevant engineering or science degree such as (but not limited to) electrical engineering, physics and mechanical engineering.
How to apply
Formal applications for research degree study should be made online through the university's website. Please state clearly in the research information section that the PhD you wish to be considered for is 'Combining nanoparticles, ultrasound and lasers for a new approach to identifying and treating lung cancer’ as well as Dr James McLaughlan as your proposed supervisor.
If English is not your first language, you must provide evidence that you meet the University’s minimum English Language requirements.
We welcome scholarship applications from all suitably-qualified candidates, but UK black and minority ethnic (BME) researchers are currently under-represented in our Postgraduate Research community, and we would therefore particularly encourage applications from UK BME candidates. All scholarships will be awarded on the basis of merit.
If you require any further information please contact the Graduate School Office e: email@example.com, t: +44 (0)113 343 8000.
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