Programme

The aim of the CDT is to train a new generation of researchers with the expertise and knowledge to transform medical diagnosis through the application of Artificial Intelligence.

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Placements

During years 2-3 there is the opportunity for a 3-month placement with one of our industry or public-sector partners.

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Applications and Open Day

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UKRI Centre for Doctoral Training

Join with us in transforming cancer diagnosis and care through the application of Artificial Intelligence (AI).

We are looking for outstanding graduates from science, engineering, computing, mathematics, and health disciplines.

The Centre provides a fully funded 4-year integrated PhD and MSc.

Benefits

  • You will receive a masters-level grounding in AI, health informatics and specialist areas related to your research
  • Your PhD research will be supported by supervisors who are leading researchers and innovators in the area of AI and medical diagnosis and care
  • During years 2-3 there is the opportunity for a 3-month placement with one of our industry or public-sector partners
  • Where appropriate for individual research topics, there is the opportunity for short study visits with our international partner universities
  • Work closely with health professionals and clinical research teams through our partnership with LTHT
  • Participate in an annual CDT Conference and CDT seminar series
  • Join in masterclasses organised jointly with The Alan Turing Institute on topics such as shaping policy for government, and journalistic communication
  • Gain training on developing impact from research, responsible innovation, and broad research skills
  • World-class interdisciplinary location in the Leeds Institute for Data Analytics at the University of Leeds

Open Day

The University is organising a postgraduate Open Day on 6 February 2020, and the CDT will have an information stand at this event. You will also be able to have a look around the School of Computing.

Apply now

10 fully funded PhD places are available to UK students and EU (fees only) students for entry in September of each year. There may also be some places for self-funded students. The application deadline is 31 January 2020. Find out more and apply here.

We will be shortlisting applications on 20 February 2020 and interviewing on 27 February 2020.

Questions?

If you require any further information, please contact the Centre Manager, Mrs Ellen Goodison, on +44 (0)113 3430365 , e.goodison@leeds.ac.uk, or email us at AI-Medical@leeds.ac.uk

or for more information on all our graduate programmes contact the Graduate School Office
e: phd@engineering.leeds.ac.uk, t: +44 (0)113 343 8000