University of Warwick 2022 Mathematical and Computational Modelling of High Flow Nasal Oxygen Therapy
As a doctoral candidate, you have the opportunity to join the Interdisciplinary Collaboration in Systems Medicine (ICSM) Research Group.
You will collaborate with an international team of clinicians and engineers to create mathematical models of high-flow nasal oxygen therapy (HFNOT), a cutting-edge form of non-invasive respiratory support that is becoming increasingly popular in the treatment of acute hypoxic respiratory failure (AHRF).
The models will be coded in Matlab and integrated into the ICSM Cardiopulmonary simulator, a world-leading simulation platform that our group has been developing for over 25 years [1-5].
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Mathematical and Computational Modelling of High Flow Nasal Oxygen Therapy
- Type – Postgraduate
- Organisation – University of Warwick
- Country to study
- School to study – University of Warwick
- Course to study – Not specified
- State of Origin
- Gender – Men and Women
- Application Deadline – September 1, 2022
Benefits of Mathematical and Computational Modelling of High Flow Nasal Oxygen Therapy
The award will cover the tuition fees, plus a stipend of £16,062 per annum for 3.5 years of full-time study.
Requirements for Mathematical and Computational Modelling of High Flow Nasal Oxygen Therapy Qualification
This is open to suitably qualified applicants from anywhere in the world.
September 1, 2022
How to Apply
Candidates should submit an expression of interest by sending a CV and supporting statement outlining their skills and interests in this research area to www.warwick.ac.uk/engpgr/dgb/appcv/. If this initial application is successful, we will invite you to make a formal application for study. All candidates must fulfil the University of Warwick entry criteria and obtain an unconditional offer before commencing enrolment.
For more details, visit University of Warwick website.