[visionlist] EPSRC MSc studentship in BioMedical Imaging

Ali Hojjat s.a.hojjatoleslami at kent.ac.uk
Fri Jul 7 12:09:23 GMT 2006

The Kent Institute of Medicine and Health Sciences (KIMHS) at the University
of Kent has established a new MSc in BioMedical Imaging
ailed-2006-05.html>  in collaboration with Departments at the University of
Kent and King's College London.
The course covers the major forms of medical imaging including MRI, PET,
ultrasound, CT, X-ray, and also the rapidly advancing fields of optical and
molecular imaging. There is special emphasis on the use of computer
techniques for manipulation and analysis of images, with modules on
programming and medical image computing. Visiting lecturers include
international authorities in the field. The programme includes lectures on
applications of medical imaging given by leading clinicians from East Kent
and London, industry scientists and bioscience researchers, case studies,
laboratory work and visits to major facilities to see the imaging systems in

ailed-2006-05.html> BioMedical Imaging MSc is aimed at those with a first
degree in a numerate subject wishing to pursue a career and/or gain further
knowledge in the area of medical imaging and image analysis. The information
below is aimed at providing some general background information on this
rapidly developing area with details about the Kent’s MSc
ailed-2006-05.html>  in BioMedical Imaging.

Because the course is a leading element of a programme
efault.htm>  supported by EPSRC, we are also able to offer you a
studentship, if you qualify for EPSRC support. This is worth £12000 and we
will also pay your fees for the course.


You may apply for a place on the programme using the online form
<http://records.kent.ac.uk/external/admissions/pgapplication.php>  by
selecting "MSc - Master of Science Taught", and then choosing "BioMedical
Imaging".  For further information contact Louise Bullock
<mailto:L.A.Bullock at kent.ac.uk>  [L.A.Bullock at kent.ac.uk], Tel: +44 (0)1227


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