Other funded clinical PhDs
The Faculty of Medicine is one of the largest in Europe and is at the forefront of translating biomedical discoveries into patient benefit. We offer an extensive range of postgraduate clinical and doctoral training programmes. Featured below are some of the programmes available, for a comprehensive list of all PhD schemes available in the Faculty please visit PhD opportunities
Other Clinical PhD opportunities pt 1
Doctoral Training in Artificial Intelligence for Healthcare
The UKRI Centre for Doctoral Training in Artificial Intelligence for Healthcare at Imperial focusses on healthcare applications of core AI to train AI PhDs and Clinical PhD Fellows. We will deliver training integrating the development of technical skills with an appreciation for approaches to human-in-the-Loop AI design that are socially and ethically acceptable. The programme offers expert mentoring and supervision and cohorts regular PhD students and clinical PhD Fellows into an integrated training programme, offering students a unique sandbox in which to build their PhD success.
Chain-Florey Clinical Research Fellowships
Jointly funded by the MRC London Institute of Medical Sciences (MRC LMS) and the NIHR Imperial Biomedical Research Centre (BRC) these PhD fellowships are for clinical trainees looking to pursue a career as an academic clinician. The Chain-Florey Clinical Research Fellowships introduce trainees to cutting edge scientific research with a strong emphasis in basic science which can be applied to clinical problems. Fellows are expected to carry out their research in one of the LMS’s basic science groups and have three years to complete their PhD.
Other Clinical PhD opportunities pt 2
Imperial College Wellcome Trust/GSK Translational Medicine
This programme is designed to train the next generation of clinical scientists in experimental medicine. A central theme is the application of the new tools of clinical investigation, particularly clinical imaging, to the evaluation of novel medical interventions in humans. Successful recruits to the programme have the opportunity to match a project suitable to their medical career goals, to be undertaken during a three-year PhD.
MRC Centre for Molecular Bacteriology and Infection
The MRC Centre for Molecular Bacteriology & Infection (CMBI), is a cross-faculty, multi-disciplinary research centre with a unique focus on the understanding of molecular mechanisms underlying bacterial pathogenesis, antibiotic resistance and persistence and host innate response to bacterial infections. Specifically, the focus of CRTF PhDs will be on providing future clinical academics with the cutting-edge knowledge and analytical skills that will enable them to pursue high quality and clinically relevant independent research in the field of bacterial infection biology.