Biomedical Imaging Science Department, University of Leeds, UK
Image Reconstruction Methods for Precision Personalised Medicine
Do you wish to develop novel Medical Imaging techniques and methods?
Join the Department of Biomedical Imaging Science at the University of Leeds.
Our group is seeking two PhD candidates to work in novel research for multimodal imaging systems (Positron Emission Tomography & Magnetic Resonance Imaging).
Eligibility: Applications are very welcome from the European Union with or expecting to obtain at least an upper 2nd class undergraduate degree (or equivalent) in a relevant area (e.g. physics, engineering, mathematics or computing). Evidence of meeting University's minimum English language requirements will be required.
Project 1 Title: Reconstruction methods for ultra-sensitive and cost-effective positron emission tomography in precision personalised cardiovascular medicine
Funder: British Heart Foundation
Funding: 4 years, Stipend (£20-£24k per annum), Fees, Consumables and Travel
Contact: Harry Tsoumpas:firstname.lastname@example.org
Project 2 Title: Development of spinal cord PET-MRI for translational neuroscience
Funder: Medical Research Council & GE Healthcare
Funding: 3.5 years, Stipend (£17k per annum), Fees, Consumables and Travel
Note: This will be jointly between Leeds and Sheffield Universities and will include a 3 months placement at one of the leading GE research laboratories.
Contacts: Harry Tsoumpas, email@example.com
& Steven Sourbron firstname.lastname@example.org