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Short Research Projects

Students are required to do a twelve-week project, chosen from one of the three CDT themes: cancer therapeutics and delivery, modelling for personalized healthcare, information-driven healthcare.

Information Driven Healthcare (IDH) is a broad term, but does include biomedical instrumentation, signal processing, and e-health research. Broadly speaking, it is the use of any digital information to provide clinical decision support, diagnostics, and outcome/event prediction.

The  project must be undertaken in a spin-out/industry or a clinical department and, in most cases, will form the basis of students' PhD (DPhil) research. Projects are supervised by the Bio-Medical Engineering faculty in conjunction with Medical Science departments, university spin-outs and/or international collaborator laboratories.