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The Advanced Biomedical Materials Centre for Doctoral Training (est. in 2019), combines the world class strengths in biomedical materials of both The University of Manchester and The University of Sheffield. Our aim is to train the next generation of internationally leading postdoctoral engineers who will enable innovation between industry, clinicians and academics to address areas of national and international need.
We are underpinned strategically by the UK’s £235 million investment of the Henry Royce Institute led by Manchester and partner Sheffield.
The CDT programme begins with a Manchester based three-month taught programme, with a subsequent integrated training programme throughout.
What's going on in the CDT
Proud in STEM
Davide Vincenzo Verdolino discusses LGBTQ+ representation in STEM, and how small actions can make a big difference.
Student projects commended by Making a Difference panel
PhDiscuss, Social Calendar and VIP have been commended for their quality.
PhDiscuss webinars to focus on EDI topics within research community
Students, academics and industry partners will discuss challenging topics.
ABM CDT prioritises equality, diversity and inclusion
Equality, diversity and inclusion is being placed at the centre of the ABM CDT to make society better.
Fellowships in Widening Participation awarded
Three of our PhD students have recently been awarded Fellowships in Widening Participation.