The Institiute of Medical and Biological Engineering (IMBE) in Leeds, UK, is currently recruiting for 4 positions:
- researcher (research fellow requiring a PhD or research assistant requiring a Master) in computational damage biomechanics: https://jobs.leeds.ac.uk/vacancy.aspx?ref=EPSME1154 (for the research assistant role, check your UK working eligibility by contacting InternationalHR@leeds.ac.uk)
- post-doctoral research (research fellow requiring a PhD) in knee and hip biomechanical evaluation: https://jobs.leeds.ac.uk/vacancy.aspx?ref=EPSME1155
- PhD student in spine biomechanics: https://phd.leeds.ac.uk/project/1826-integrating-morphology-and-mechanics-developing-a-statistical-shape-and-appearance-model-ssam-for-spinal-health-assessment-intervention-planning
- PhD student in bone healing: https://phd.leeds.ac.uk/project/1820-computational-biomechanical-modelling-of-external-fixation-of-fractures-to-predict-bone-healing
All details of application processes are available on the respective links, deadlines within the next month.
The multi-disciplinary IMBE is embedded within the School of Mechanical Engineering and the Faculty of Biological Sciences at the University of Leeds. It is a dynamic world-renowned medical engineering research centre which specialises in research and translation of musculoskeletal and cardiovascular medical technologies that promote ’50 active years after 50’.
As a researcher or PhD student within IMBE, there will be opportunities to contribute to wider activities related to medical technologies including public and patient engagement, group training and social events. Groups of researchers working on aligned projects or using similar methods meet regularly to share ideas and best practice, and we encourage collegiate working. We will support your long-term career ambitions through bespoke training and encourage external secondments, laboratory visits or participation at international conferences.