10 Fully Funded PhD Studentship in Computer Science at University of Nottingham

***PhD vacancy at the University of Edinburgh: Multimodal MRI methods to quantify blood-brain barrier dysfunction in the ageing brain***

PhD studentship on advanced quantitative MRI of the ageing brain, with a particular focus on measuring subtle blood-brain barrier leakage. The project is an excellent opportunity for candidates with an interest in MRI or NMR to develop medical imaging methods and to apply these in ongoing and future clinical studies of cerebral small vessel disease, stroke and ageing. Please see the link below for further details:


The project would suit a candidate with good interpersonal skills, the ability to work independently and a good degree in a relevant subject, e.g. physics, chemistry, engineering, computer science etc. They should have an interest in the following areas:

* Medical imaging and clinical research into the ageing brain
* MRI or NMR physics and pulse sequence design
* Scientific/numerical computer programming, e.g. Matlab
* Image processing

Candidates can apply via the degree finder at the link below;

The first round of applications will close at 5pm on Wednesday 10th January.

Please do not hesitate to get in touch via m.j.thrippleton@ed.ac.uk if you have any questions regarding the project. For administrative queries please use the contact information on the website initially.

Michael Thrippleton

Date: Tue, 28 Nov 2017 22:22:51 +0000
From: XinChen<Xin.Chen@NOTTINGHAM.AC.UK>
Subject: 10 Fully Funded PhD Studentship in Computer Science at
University of Nottingham

Dear Colleagues,

Please circulate the information below for 10 fully funded PhD opportunities (overseas students can also apply) in ComputerScience at University of Nottingham. If anyone particularly interested in doing research in medical image analysis. Please send your CV and cover letter toxin.chen@nottingham.ac.uk<mailto:xin.chen@nottingham.ac.uk>. Please do not directly apply online before getting the supporting statement from
the potential supervisors.


Best regards,

Dr. Xin Chen, PhD
Assistant Professor in Computer Science
University of Nottingham
Tel: +44 (0) 115 951 4212


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