Training the next generation of medical imaging experts
My name is Faysal and I am a second year PhD student at the Centre for Doctoral Training in Smart Medical Imaging at King’s College London and Imperial College London. The aim of my PhD project, supervised by Prof Mark Green (King’s College London) and Dr James Wilton-Ely (Imperial College London), is to develop nanomaterials for use as imaging probes, which can be detected outside of the body to aid with disease diagnoses, thereby preventing the need to undergo surgery.
Having reopened our recruitment for the 2021/22 academic year, we are pleased to announce that we are holding a virtual application clinic between 4pm-5pm GMT on 30 March, where CDT staff and students will be on hand to answer prospective applicants’ questions about the application process, including those concerning filling out the application form.
Following several years under the outstanding leadership of Professor Julia Schnabel, we are pleased to announce the appointment of our new Director, Professor Alistair Young. Professor Schnabel served as Director of the first Centre for Doctoral Training in Medical...
Are you interested in applying for a world-class, multidisciplinary PhD at the Centre for Doctoral Training in Smart Medical Imaging? In the lead-up to our first application deadline on 18 January, we asked current students to share their top tips and advice about two...
Join us for an online information session to find out about the PhD opportunities on offer from September 2021 at the School of Biomedical Engineering & Imaging Sciences, King's College London, with a particular focus on studentships at our CDT and the Centre for...
In the autumn of 2020, we hosted the first events of the CDT’s Career Talk Series, a new feature in our calendars in the 2020/21 academic year. The events provided an exclusive opportunity for attendees to engage with leaders in the biomedical sector. The series...
Prospective students are invited to join a virtual Q&A session from 16.00 until 17.00 BST on 2 October 2020 to hear and ask questions about the experiences of current PhD students and staff from underrepresented groups at King's College London, featuring speakers...
2020 BMEIS Postgraduate Research Symposium: Student-led symposium highlights postgraduate research excellence
This year’s School of Biomedical Engineering & Imaging Sciences Postgraduate Research Symposium, for the first time held online, on 21 July, attracted up to 200 attendees. The student-led event jointly organised by the School of Biomedical Engineering &...
Unique PhD Opportunities
Our students enter their programme as a cohort and maintain contact with each other throughout their research projects. They come from a variety of academic backgrounds, including engineering, chemistry, biology, mathematics, computer science, biochemistry and physics.
Through our research, we look to build smart new technologies into the entire medical imaging process. PhD projects are directed towards at least one our smart medical imaging themes: AI-enabled imaging, Smart imaging probes, Emerging imaging and Affordable imaging.
Our CDT was designed and is managed with the help of our industry partners. There are many ways for companies to engage with us, including research project sponsorship, Industrial Board membership, student placement opportunities, mentoring provision and more.
Students per cohort from a range of STEM backgrounds
academic supervisors from 19 departments
clinical champions supervising students
HOSPITALS (NHS FOUNDATION TRUSTS) involved
Industry Funding committed
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