Key Facts

Subject area: Biomedical Engineering (Computational)
Programme: PhD / MPhil
Duration: PhD – 3 years full-time, 6 years part-time
MPhil – 1 year full-time, 2 years part-time
Starting Date: Any time of the year
Entry Requirements: See here
International entry requirements We accept a range of qualifications from other institutions.
Standard English Language requirements apply. Details here.

Biomedical Engineering is one of the key research themes for the Research centre in Computer Science. We focus on computational and computer-based aspects of biomedical engineering, such as applications of robotics, data analytics applications and tools in biomedical contexts, intelligent control for rehabilitation engineering applications, computational tools for public health and so on.

We have extensive expertise and experience in robotics, data science, data analytics, wearable sensor systems, user experience design, social media analytics, and evidence based engineering. We collaborate with colleagues in the Faculty of Medicine and in hospitals.

Intelligent robotics applications – Dr Theo Kyriacou, Dr Charles Day, Dr Thomas Neligwa

Wearable sensors for healthcare and biomedical analytics – Professor Peter Andras, Dr Sandra Woolley, Dr KP Lam, Dr Charles Day

Data science for biomedical engineering – Professor Peter Andras, Dr KP Lam, Dr Charles Day, Dr Theo Kyriacou, Dr Thomas Neligwa

Web intelligence for public health applications – Dr Ed de Quincey, Dr Theo Kyriacou, Dr Nikki Williams

User experience design for biomedical engineering – Dr Ed de Quincey, Dr Sandra Woolley, Dr Nikki Williams

Contact Details

Administrator Lisa Cartlidge
Tel : (+44) 01782 733412
E-Mail : l.j.cartlidge@keele.ac.uk