The `Centre for Doctoral Training in Surgical & Interventional Engineering` (CDT SIE) is an innovative three-and-a-half year PhD training program aiming to deliver translational research and transform patient pathways.
Through a comprehensive, integrated training programme, the `Centre for Doctoral Training in Smart Medical Imaging` trains the next generation of medical imaging researchers.
The `Functionally Accurate RObotic Surgery` (FAROS) H2020 project aims at improving functional accuracy through embedding physical intelligence in surgical robotics.
The `GIFT-Surg` project is an international research effort developing the technology, tools and training necessary to make fetal surgery a viable possibility.
The `icovid` project focuses on AI-based lung CT analysis providing accurate quantification of disease and prognostic information in patients with suspected COVID-19 disease.
Up to 100 `King’s-China Scholarship Council PhD Scholarship programme` (K-CSC) joint scholarship awards are available per year to support students from China who are seeking to start an MPhil/PhD degree at King's College London.
The integrated and multi-disciplinary approach of the `MRC Doctoral Training Partnership in Biomedical Sciences` (MRC DTP BiomedSci) to medical research offers a wealth of cutting-edge PhD training training opportunities in fundamental discovery science, translational research and experimental medicine.
The `Translational Brain Imaging Training Network` (TRABIT) is an interdisciplinary and intersectoral joint PhD training effort of computational scientists, clinicians, and the industry in the field of neuroimaging.
The `Wellcome / EPSRC Centre for Medical Engineering` combines fundamental research in engineering, physics, mathematics, computing, and chemistry with medicine and biomedical research.