Applications are invited for PhD studentships at Staffordshire University in the area of clinical biomechanics commencing in September 2017.

The Studentships will run for 3 years and include:
A fee waiver equivalent to the home/EU rate
Tax-free stipend of 14,553 p.a. for three years, subject to satisfactory progress.

The research area for each of the studentships, along with the contact details of the Principal supervisors, are listed below.

Applications are invited for the following PhD studentship at Staffordshire University starting in September 2017 or as soon as possible thereafter.



Project title:
Novel applications of ultrasound imaging to enhance the clinical management of pathologies of the foot
For more information : https://www.findaphd.com/search/proj...spx?PJID=87781
Queries about the project can be directed to the principal supervisor, Dr Panagiotis Chatzistergos (Panagiotis.Chatzistergos@staffs.ac.uk)

Project title: Mechanical assessment of the plantar soft tissue as a prognostic tool for predicting diabetic foot ulcers
For more information: https://www.findaphd.com/search/proj...spx?PJID=87779
Queries about the project can be directed to the principal supervisor, Dr Roozbeh Naemi (R.Naemi@staffs.ac.uk)

Project title: Assessment of modular stability footwear for Children
For more information: https://www.findaphd.com/search/proj...spx?PJID=87770
Queries about the project can be directed to the principal supervisor, Professor Nachi Chockalingam (N.Chockalingam@staffs.ac.uk)



In addition to PhD studies successful applicants will also deliver up to six hours per week of light teaching or teaching related support.

To apply please send a covering letter and CV to graduateschool@staffs.ac.uk by 4th August 2017.

In your covering letter please explain why you are interested in the specific project and what you will bring to it and why you are confident that you will be able to complete the PhD successfully. Applications that do not state which specific project they relate to will not be considered.

Applicants will normally be expected to have a strong Masters degree in a relevant subject area.