CDT in Healthcare Innovation
Two fully funded UK candidate Doctoral Studentships
still available! Applications due 30th July 2014
The Centre for Doctoral Training in Healthcare Innovation concerns healthcare innovation and, specifically, training the next generation of biomedical engineering (BME) researchers. These researchers need not only to be well-equipped with a knowledge of modern BME principles and techniques, but also need to be well-versed in the principles and application of translational research skills (i.e. have an appreciation of the potential healthcare impact of technology advances, principles of clinical trials and commercialization of research). Such training will lead to higher quality research, explored in more depth, and we expect graduates from our programme to go on become leaders in the BME field in academia or the healthcare industry.
This is a 4-year PhD programme. The Research Councils UK (RCUK) Digital Economy Programme is supporting the cost of running the CDT for six intakes of students, and there are 2 studentships for an October 2014 start remaining. Funding by the RCUK is bound by the standard eligibility regulations i.e. Full studentships are available to UK candidates and Partial studentships (fees only) are available for EU candidates.
Self-funded non-EU students are also welcome to apply.
Please read the ‘How to Apply for the DPhil in Healthcare Innovation’ section of this website before making an application. You are strongly advised to fill in the to find out if you are eligible to apply for the programme before making an application. Please use the if you have any questions about the training programme.