The Doctoral School in Medicine, Biomedical Science and Technology at Aalborg University has about 100 PhD students enrolled in three PhD programmes:
Biomedical Science and Engineering
The doctoral programme Biomedical Science and Engineering focuses on basic science and engineering problems related to human health. To achieve this, combined knowledge from a number of complementary disciplines is used, such as electrical engineering, physics, mathematics, computer science, anatomy and physiology.
Clinical Science and Biomedicine
The doctoral programme Clinical Science and Biomedicine focuses on medical basic and clinical science. It opens for independent research projects in clinical settings (e.g. hospital) or basic environments such as biomedical laboratories. The scope is broadly defined within the medical field and related areas.
Health Education, Organizations and Ethics
The doctoral programme Health Education, Organizations and Ethics provides a frame to carry out research on current key issues in three main thematic areas: 1. Education and learning; 2. Knowledge production, management and innovation processes in health organizations; and 3. Ethics and philosophy in health sciences.