About the centre
Why study Digital Health and Care at the University of Bristol?
The Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in Digital Health and Care forms part of a vibrant and rich community of Digital Health research at the University of Bristol. Including flagship research project SPHERE, the Digital Health engineering group has attracted over £30m of funding since 2013. The CDT community also includes the Elizabeth Blackwell Institute for Health Research and the Jean Golding Institute for Data Science. Our CDT partners include charities, social enterprises, community groups, small health start-ups, large tech companies, and multi-national pharmaceutical companies.
Working together as a diverse and multidisciplinary group in purpose-built new laboratories adjacent to Bristol Cathedral, students will collaborate closely with the local NHS, experts in social care, charities and with the CDT’s industry partners that range from start-ups to multi-billion dollar corporations that are household names in computing and healthcare.