Programme Overview

This is an exciting opportunity to undertake 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 will comprise of 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 and events

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Elizabeth Kapasa from the Centre for Doctoral Training in Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine, Institute of Medical and Biological Engineering within the School of Mechanical Engineering has been honoured with a Women of Achievement Award.

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The Institute of Medical & Biological Engineering will be hosting the British Orthopaedic Research Society (BORS) Meeting on 10 and 11 September 2018.

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Interested in applying to the Centre for Doctoral Training in Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine - Innovation in Medical and Biological Engineering to start in September 2018.

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We will be holding a virtual open day on 21st February 2018 for CDT’s in •Bioenergy •Complex Particulate Products &...

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This 3-day interactive training course is targeted at industry and academia at postgraduate level, with the aim to provide delegates with a comprehensive understanding of the use of Bioreactors in Tissue Engineering.

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CDT TERM iMBE Industry Day - The importance of industrial engagement with academic research

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This year's BiTEG conference will be held on Monday December 17th 2018 at the University of Sheffield. This year we are delighted to welcome two keynote speakers: Professor Christine Le Maitre (Sheffield Hallam University) Intervertebral disc degeneration: Pathogenesis and Repair strategies & Professor Jenny Southgate (University of York) Fit for purpose: bladder tissue engineering with cells and materials.

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