(Difference between revisions)
|(13 intermediate revisions not shown.)|
| || |
PhD Studentship Opportunities for UK National == |+|
== Opportunities ==
| || |
|-|The Developmental Biomechanics Lab is seeking exceptional PhD studentship candidates to put forward for a competitive departmental studentship round. The project involves computational modelling of fetal movement, and is suitable to a candidate with Biomechanics and computational modelling skills. Suitable candidates should have an excellent track record, such as first class degrees, academic awards and/or extensive prior research experience. Prior publications are also an advantage. Funding restrictions mean that '''only candidates with UK nationality are eligible'''. To express interest, please email Dr Nowlan to describe how your interests and experience align with the project, and include your CV. |+|
| || |
[Image: Fetal Movement. tif|742px|Fetal Movement Image] ] |+|
|-|== Research Opportunities == |+|
|-|Applications from exceptional prospective postgraduate students and highly motivated researchers are welcome at any time and can be submitted by email. |+|
UROP (Undergraduate Research Opportunities Programme) Summer 2014
If you are a registered undergraduate student at Imperial College or at another UK higher education institute and would like to gain hands-on research experience in the Developmental Biomechanics Lab then a UROP (more details here) is a great way to spend your summer. If interested, please email Niamh, explaining why you are interested in doing a UROP. There are options for applying for funding for a bursary during the UROP, as detailed in full here.
MRes (Masters in Research) 2014-15 Opportunities
The Developmental Biomechanics Lab is offering a range of exciting research projects as part of the Department of Bioengineering's MRes programme, which has been developed to prepare Bioengineering students for a research career in bioengineering. The course involves lectures and practical work in the first term, followed by a full-time work on a research project. See more details here.