Division of Applied Biomedical Research
School of Biomedical and Health Sciences,

PhD studentships
This Division is an association of researchers from a number of
disciplines and schools who have the common aim of translating
fundamental biomedical research to real, whole person, problems.
Links with basic science research provide the building blocks for
providing an integrated approach to clinical and human problems.
We have two home (UK/EU) PhD studentships available for people with
a first class or upper second class degree.

* Assistive technology: factors affecting self-management in the
selection and use of devices by people with long term, chronic conditions.

For further information please contact Dr Sheila Kitchen (020 7848
6327 sheila.kitchen@kcl.ac.uk) or Dr
Ruth Mayagoitia-Hill (020 7848 8102
ruth.mayagoitia-hill@kcl.ac.uk)

* Advances in Falls Rehabilitation: The use of vestibular
exercises and optokinetic stimulation to improve falls risk and falls rate.

For further information please contact Dr Sheila Kitchen (020 7848
6327 sheila.kitchen@kcl.ac.uk) (The
project will be carried out with Dr Marousa Pavlou who is currently
on maternity leave).

To apply please complete an online application form at
http://www.kcl.ac.uk/pg/apply/ and
send references to Adesuwa Idahosa, Postgraduate Office, Academic
Centre, School of Biomedical and Health Sciences, Henriette Raphael
Building, Guy's Campus, London, SE1 1UL.

We expect to interview for these studentships in late September.