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01 Aug

Microstructural imaging of immune-mediated inflammation

by Dr Gary Zhang
Allocated Projects

Microstructural imaging is a recent paradigm of non-invasive imaging that can directly produce 3-D maps of biological features of bodily tissue in living beings. The ultimate aim is to achieve virtual histology, i.e., to create these maps of such...

01 Aug


by Prof. John Ashburner
Allocated Projects

The speed and facility of computed tomography of the brain has preserved its position as the first investigation of choice across a wide range of clinical scenarios in neurology, neurosurgery, and acute medicine. This magnifies the clinical gain ...

24 Jul

Machine learning based investigation of the imaging and genetic profile of drug-resistant epilepsy

by Ms Rebecca Holmes
Allocated Projects

A 4-year PhD studentship is available in the UCL Centre for Medical Image Computing The funding covers an annual tax free stipend (£16,777) and tuition fees. As the studentship is partially funded by the EPSRC the standard EPSRC eligibility crite...

10 Oct

PhD studentship in Flexible Sensors for Robotic Surgery

by Ms Rebecca Holmes
Allocated Projects

Duration of Studentship – 4 years Stipend – £16,296 per annum + fees (£4,728) Closing Date – Midnight, 28th February 2018 Vacancy Information The Wellcome EPSRC Centre for Interventional and Surgical Sciences is inviting applications for one Ph...

15 Sep

Cortical Mapping with Diffuse Optical Compressed Sensing

by Benedetta Biffi
Allocated Projects

Diffuse optical tomography is an emerging non-invasive medical imaging technology which can be used to map the optical properties of biological tissues using near-infrared light. Such measurements are of significant clinical and scientific int...

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