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PhD Studentships at Glasgow Caledonian University

Discussion in 'Teaching and Learning' started by Woodburn, Mar 3, 2012.

  1. Woodburn

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    Funded PhD studentships in orthotic biomechanics and diagnostic ultrasound imaging (rheumatology/musculoskeletal rehabilitation)

    Glasgow Caledonian University is investing in 30 fully funded (EU/UK) PhD studentships. These will cover a wide range of disciplines including opportunities in applied foot orthotic biomechanics (Prof. Jim Woodburn) and diagnostic ultrasound imaging (Dr Debbie Turner) in rheumatology/musculoskeletal rehabilitation.

    If you are a graduate with an excellent academic record hoping to complete PhD studies then please contact us here at GCU to discuss the possibilities.

    If you are interested in applied foot orthotic biomechanics research please contact Prof. Jim Woodburn (jim.woodburn@gcu.ac.uk). If you are interested in diagnostic ultrasound imaging then please contact Dr Debbie Turner (debbie.turner@gcu.ac.uk)

    For more information please go to:
    http://www.gcu.ac.uk/research/phdstudentships/
     
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