It brings together a wide variety of disciplines covering the Physics and computations aspects of Imaging Biomarkers and their application in Mental and Physical Health, and Biomedicine. At the heart it combines cutting edge-technology in imaging, big data analytics, and biophysical modelling to realise impact on complex diagnostic needs in precision medicine.
The PhD programme for the Beacon is now open, with a first intake scheduled for September 2018. Currently available are fully funded three year PhD studentships on multi-disciplinary projects within the scope of the Beacon activities. Further details can be found below.
Students will be co-supervised by one or more academics from disciplines spanning the research activity of the Beacon.
Applicants for the Precision Imaging PhD programme should have at least a 2:1 degree, or equivalent, in a project relevant discipline. Funding is only available for UK and EU students.
For queries please contact PI-Beacon@nottingham.ac.uk.
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