A number of research positions in the field of in silico medicine opened in the last month, find a list in this page.
PhD position - "Computational risk stratification of thrombus formation and lysis in post-stroke patients" at the Faculty of Health and Life Science, University of Liverpool
The work to be undertaken will be conducted at the Liverpool Centre for Cardiovascular Science as a collaboration between biomedical engineers (Dr El-Bouri, Dr Narracott) and clinical experts in cardiovascular disease and thrombosis (Prof Lip, Dr Gue, Prof Gorog). Training will be provided in using the GTT and in machine learning/mathematical modelling.
Deadline for application: January 13, 2023
Research position in the Medical Informatics Group at the University of Bologna for the AlmaHealthDB (AHDB) project that aims to develop an information technology and organisational infrastructure that enables the elaboration of clinical data for research purposes in the respect of the fairly restrictive Privacy law currently in force in Italy.
The research will be conducted at the University of Bologna and at IRCCS Istituto Ortopedico Rizzoli in Bologna.
Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship in the In Silico Medicine Group at the University of Bologna for the EDITH project.
The research will be conducted both at the University of Bologna and at the Rizzoli Orthopaedic Institute in Bologna. The candidate will have the opportunity to work in a multidisciplinary team coordinated by Prof. Marco Viceconti, and in collaboration with a large international consortium.
PhD Scholarship - "Optimal hip implant design with additively manufactured porous structures" within the Mechanics of Materials and Advanced Manufacturing research group in TECNUN- Engineering Faculty of University of Navarra.
The research project aims to optimize the design of hip implants through additively manufactured porous structures. The successful PhD candidate's activities include the design, manufacturing and in-vitro validation of such structures, with special focus on exploring the possibilities of metal additive manufacturing for biomedical applications.
Post-Doctoral Research Fellowship in Shoulder Biomechanics at the Institute for Biomechanics (Department of Health Sciences and Technology) of ETH Zurich, under the guidance of Prof. Stephen Ferguson, in collaboration with the Schulthess Klinik represented by Prof. Philipp Moroder.