The starting point will be a small prototype model which has been developed by Calder, Hillston and Dominiczak.
The studentship is for four years.
The studentship is suitable for candidates with a good first degree (or Masters) in Computing Science or Mathematics; a willingness to engage with medicine and biochemistry is also required.
The student will also participate in several related collaborative research projects.
Informal enquiries to: email@example.com. For more information see; Lord Kelvin/Adam Smith PhD Scholarship, University of Glasgow, UK