Research leading to a PhD in Biomedical Engineering
Graduate research education in the Trinity Centre for Bioengineering is focused on high quality research built around a structured approach. It is designed to produce high quality engineering PhD graduates interested in the design and development of devices and systems that will drive economic growth and sustainability and solve current human problems in healthcare and energy.
PhD Researchers are involved in the Centre's five research themes: Biomaterials, Regenerative Medicine, Musculoskeletal Research, Cardiovascular Systems and Neural Engineering. PhD Researchers avail of the network opportunities in hospitals and companies in Europe, United States and Australia. See our current research opportunities.
PhD researchers take modules in core scientific knowledge and innovation and entrepreneurship in combination with their doctoral research.
Funding opportunities for PhD studentships come from a variety of sources including international (EU Framework Programmes, IRCSET); national (SFI, HEA, GREP) and medical device industry.