Dear students
This might be of some interest to you. Please refer to the attached poster for details. Thanks
Nooshi Mohebi
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Dear students
This opportunity is open to both M.S. and B.S. graduates, the latter through an expedited B.S. to Ph.D. program.

This is an opportunity in fully supported Ph.D. study in Health Informatics in the Computer Science and Engineering Department at The University of Texas at Arlington. For this opportunity the Department of Education backed funding (through a Graduate Assistance in Areas of National Need grant) to support U.S. citizen or U.S. permanent resident students for their Ph.D. studies.  The theme of GAANN program is health informatics, an area in which the Department has many excellent researchers, focusing on such high tech research as bioinformatics, medical imaging, medical robotics, smart environments, smart health devices, etc.
Please refer to details and contact information on the attached poster.
http://cse.uta.edu/GAANN/

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Successful applicants will receive up to $30k in
annual fellowship in addition to funds for books,
and travel.
You could work with our faculty on such cutting edge health
informatics research projects as:
- Smart health care environments
- Robotics surgery
- Bioinformatics
- Medical Imaging
- Sign language computer abstraction
- Systems biology
- Human centered computing

Eligibility:
• Candidates must be U.S. citizens or legal permanent residents
• Candidates must qualify for financial aid, actual fellowship is
determined by FAFSA needs – however, this is not a loan, it is a fellowship.
• Candidates must have or be close to obtaining a B.S. or M.S. degree in
computer science/engineering or related field (in order to be admitted
to our Ph.D. program)
• Must show research potential and have good academic history
Women and minorities are strongly encouraged to apply.

For more information, please contact Dr. Gergely Záruba ([log in to unmask])
or visit http://cse.uta.edu/GAANN