This page lists potential PhD projects available for 2019/20 entry.
Details of each project are available through the hyperlinks.
Only projects starting with prefix 2019_XXX are offered for October 2019 start.
Project 2019_001 - Explaining the predictions of deep learning models in cardiology
Project 2019_004 - One-step, site-specific labelling of His-tagged proteins with technetium-99m and rhenium-188
Project 2019_005 - 3D Cardiac Magnetic Resonance Fingerprinting with Deep Learning
Project 2019_006 - Quantitative mapping of developing fetal organs using dynamic MRI and artificial neural networks
Project 2019_007 - Pushing the Limits of Spatial Resolution for Whole-heart Cardiac MR Angiography: Let’s get ready for Prime Time
Project 2019_008 - The repair of damaged tissue by mitochondrial transplantation
Project 2019_009 - Bidentate diphosphine and dithiocarbamate chelators for radionuclide imaging with 99mTc
Project 2019_010 - Automated 4D Function of the Heart
Project 2019_011 - Non-invasive early detection of cancer metastasis in lymph nodes using 3D ultrafast and super-resolution ultrasound
Project 2019_012 - AI enabled ultrahigh field body MRI: application to bone marrow cancer imaging
Project 2019_014 - Building sensitive models of cognition using interpretable Deep Learning
Project 2019_015 - Development of computational dosimetry models for radiobiological assessment in molecular radiotherapy and imaging
Project 2019_016 - Smart Manganese-based Dual-Modal PET/MRI Probes
Project 2019_017 - Investigating the development of the brain and its microstructure using diffusion MRI
Project 2019_018 - A smart, multi-radionuclide imaging approach for improved personalised targeted radionuclide therapy
Project 2019_019 - Synergistic joint variational neural networks for PET-MR image reconstruction with generative modelling priors
Project 2019_020 - Multiplexed 4D PET optimisation and reconstruction for multi-molecular imaging
Project 2019_021 - Quantitative MRI using deep learning of multi-contrast MR signals – towards a ‘virtual biopsy’ for prostate cancer patients
Project 2019_022 - An ultrasound technology for delivering smart imaging probes to the brain
Project 2019_024 - Imaging the Warburg Effect with 23Na MRI and 82Rb Positron Emission Tomography
Project 2019_025 - Early detection and diagnosis of age-related macular degeneration AMD using machine learning
Project 2019_026 - Resolving the cortex with ultra-high resolution MRI to detect epileptic lesions
Project 2019_027 - Advanced cardiac MR-thermometry for real-time MRI-guided radiofrequency ablation of cardiac arrhythmias
Project 2019_029 - Motion-robust metabolite quantification in the fetal brain with MR spectroscopy
Project 2019_031 - Enhanced neonatal brain development MRI at ultra-high field
Project 2019_032 - Radionuclide particle tracking for biomedical applications
Project 2019_033 - Development of acquisition and analysis methods enabling clinical use of Arterial Spin Labelling perfusion MRI in neurological patients
Project 2019_035 - Enabling immunotherapy through the detection and sequestration of CO by fluorogenic probes
Project 2019_037 A generative model of the diseased human brain
In addition, we have an additional industrial project for immediate entry (July or October 2019 start).
Project 101 - Towards real-time optimization of parameter settings for SonazoidTM enhanced ultrasound imaging (3 years)
The EPSRC Doctoral Training Partnership projects do not include the MRes. They are 3.5 year PhD programs.
We are currently accepting applications for DTP projects to start in July or October 2019.