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UPDATE: We are delighted to announce that EPSRC have funded our CDT for five more years under the new name EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Intelligent Integrated Imaging in Healthcare (i4health).

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UPDATE: We are delighted to announce that EPSRC have funded our CDT for five more years under the new name EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Intelligent Integrated Imaging in Healthcare (i4health). Visit our new website here.

18 Sep

CDT Seminar: Measuring the brain’s magnetic fields

by Georgina Cade
Events

ABSTRACT: I will introduce the field of Magnetoencephalography (MEG) – the measurement of magnetic fields due to neuronal activity. This technique allows us to track human brain function non-invasively and millisecond by millisecond. MEG system...

24 Apr

Inference and deference in machine neurology

by Benedetta Biffi
Events

ABSTRACT Arguments about whether or not machine learning is the right answer commonly address the wrong question. By examining closely what a neurologist actually does, I show that no approach other than machine learning could conceivably do it...

23 Apr

Medical Imaging Convention, London 2018

by Georgina Cade
Events

The Medical Imaging Convention is the UK’s dedicated trade show for medical imaging professionals and senior management teams. The Medical Imaging Convention offers a comprehensive program on the latest innovations in imaging diagnosis a...

17 Apr

A personal entrepreneurial journey: lessons learned

by Georgina Cade
Events

ABSTRACT Jerry Allen shares a depth and breadth of entrepreneurial experience spanning multiple sectors with 7 start-ups over 20 years providing a rich experience of mistakes made and lessons learned. The resultant key messages are designed to ...

06 Mar

The role of ultrasound in fetal medicine and its imaging challenges

by Benedetta Biffi
Events

ABSTRACT Ultrasound is a safe, non-expensive and accurate health technology imaging widely used in pregnancy. It has been demonstrated to improve women and babies’ outcome in several conditions, including fetal structural anomalies, fetal growt...

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