Nonlinear Biomedical Physics

Department of Physics

Postgraduate Research

The Department of Physics has a wide range of postgraduate research opportunities and if you are interested in researching living systems, or nonlinear and stochastic dynamics in the context of biomedical systems, we would love to hear from you and would hope to be able to invite you to join our Nonlinear Biomedical Physics group.
PhD students designing an optical coherence spectroscope for looking at vessels within the skin  
Find out more about current PhD students and their projects here.  
Current studentship vacancies in the Physics department.  
General information about postgraduate studies and funding in the Department of Physics can be found here.  




Example of a current experimental PhD project: Breath Holds

Elisabeth Kristoffersen, Freediver

Free divers are generally very willing subjects as they recognise that relatively little is known about how their bodies adapt to permit extended breathholds. At Lancaster we have been fortunate that several national champions are contributing to our research as volunteers. One of these is the Norwegian ladies champion, Elisabeth Kristoffersen.


Further examples of Current and Planned PhD Research Projects