Programme Overview

A 4 year funded integrated PhD and MSc in Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine - Innovation in Medical and Biological Engineering.

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Programme Structure

The CDT TERM iMBE is a blended programme of specialised subject modules, along with professional development and skills training, integrated with research over two years.

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Research

Our expertise is in the area of musculoskeletal and cardiovascular systems with our research focusing on three main areas - Joint Replacement, Tissue Re-engineering and Functional Spinal Intervention.

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News, Events and Blog

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The latest edition of the CDT TERM Newsletter Read all about the programme highlights, student progress and upcoming events CDT...

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To demonstrate the impact of the EPSRC funded Centre for Doctoral Training in Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine and also aligned PhD students at the University of Leeds we have launched a new blog which will showcase the research and development taking place to deliver regenerative therapies and devices which can repair or replace tissues and restore normal tissue function.

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Leeds has been recognised as one of the world’s most international universities. The Times Higher Education ranking shows that Leeds has risen for...

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The CDT TERM iMBE - December Newsletter has just been released. Highlights include programme updates, upcoming events and coursework deadlines.

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CDT Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine – Careers Event  Why attend? Develop your network, learn more about careers in different...

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12.30-13.30: CDT Year 2 students to display research posters 13.30-15.15: Poster Presentations, Judging & Light Refreshments 15.15-15.30: Presentation of Prizes

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Annual EPSEC CDT TERM Research Symposium

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International Women in Engineering Day outreach event 2020 In honour of International Women in Engineering Day, the University is hosting...

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How much is too much coffee? Having spent 9 months out to go on maternity leave, I found myself returning...

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Halfway through, but not half completed  Getting to the halfway milestone of my PhD has suddenly made the reality of what I...

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Halfway Point and things are going well In general, I have loved doing a PhD so far. I’m approaching the halfway point and things are...

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Peaks and Troughs A PhD journey is rife with peaks and troughs of varying heights, spanning over varying time periods....

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