Centre for Doctoral Training in Digital Twins for Healthcare

The centre welcomes the definition of projects with industrial co-supervision and co-funding arrangements

If you want to bridge the gap between healthcare domain-based knowledge, state-of-the art computing, and personalization techniques, and you want to test your skills in real-life healthcare applications, you can consider joining the Center for Doctoral Training (CDT) in Digital Twins for Healthcare (DT4Health) at King’s College London.

DT4Health is an innovative PhD program located at King's College, in the heart of London, arising as a joint forces collaboration between the Healthcare Faculties and the Faculty of Natural, Mathematical & Engineering Sciences.

The mission is to train the next generation of leaders in healthcare technology to improve healthcare systems in the UK in a period of an ageing population and tightening financial constraints using the cutting-edge framework of Digital Twins.

Read more about their projects and activities on www.kcl.ac.uk/research/dt4health-cdt

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