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UCL Cardiovascular Engineering Laboratory
Faculty of Engineering Sciences



Work with us

There is a wide range of opportunities to contribute with us to our research, from Research positions, to PhD studentships and internships.

Research Positions and PhD Studentships

We have opportunities for Research positions and funded PhD studentships, which we announce through the ‘Vacancies and studentships‘ section in our departmental Website, so keep an eye on it.

If you are interested in pursuing a self-funded PhD (or funded by other bodies), you may contact Dr Gaetano Burriesci with your CV and an outline of your research proposal.

If we are interested, then you will have to apply through the normal UCL graduate research routes


We offer a number of internship opportunities every year to engineering students from our university, as well as other international institutions.

You can have an idea of our research interests at our ‘Research‘ page.

Please contact our group members for more information.

Visiting Researchers/Academics

 We welcome interest from academics and researchers from other institutions, promoting knowledge exchange and research synergies.

If you are an academic or researcher interested in visiting us and collaborating with our lab, you can contact Dr Gaetano Burriesci, with a description of your research interests and their fitting into our our research areas.

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