PhD studentship in Medical Physics/Engineering

School of Medicine

Swansea University - Wales

We seek an enthusiastic individual with an interest in medical imaging to join a 3-year, EPSRC-funded project in magnetic induction tomography.

This is a technique that maps the internal electrical conductivity of the body and is being developed as a new medical imaging modality.

Of particular interest in this project is the imaging of cerebral stroke and the potential for a new means of rapid diagnosis that could enable a more timely treatment.

There will be opportunities to present results at international conferences.

Although based at Swansea University, you will work as part of an established multi-centre research team involving the Universities of Glamorgan and Manchester, as well as other industrial and academic partners.

You should have a First or Upper Second Class degree, or equivalent, in Physics, Engineering, Mathematics or a related field.

The studentship is available from 1 November with a starting date no later than 1 April.

The stipend will be at the current EPSRC rate, £12,300 per annum. Tuition fees at the rate for European Community students will be funded.

International students need alternative funding for the difference.

Further particulars are available from;

Professor H. Griffiths,
Tel: +44 1792 285297,

Application forms can be obtained from the Postgraduate Admissions Office, University of Wales, Swansea, Singleton Park, Swansea, UK, SA2 8PP, Tel. +44 (0)1792 295358 Email:

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