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22 Feb

Engineering and imaging for the future delivery of stem cells to the retina with Professor Lyndon da Cruz

by Katie Konyn
Events

Abstract: Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) – whether in wet or dry form – and many other acquired or genetic retinal diseases are eventually dominated by cell loss and consequent vision loss. Neural loss of any type includi...

22 Feb

Ask our STEM Ambassadors: Focus on Nooshin Ghavami

by Katie Konyn
News

Miss Nooshin Ghavami was recently interview by the UCL Faculty of Engineering regarding her work as a STEM ambassador. Nooshin joined the Centre for Doctoral Training in Medical Imaging in 2015 and is working towards her PhD within the field of c...

22 Feb

Dynamic texture models for organ detection and skills analysis from ultrasound

by Professor Sebastien Ourselin
Named Projects

The use of ultrasound (US) imaging is widespread as a method for medical diagnosis as it enables real-time visualisation of internal body structures, such as internal organs, vessels, tendons or joints, as well as fetal imaging during pregnancy. ...

14 Feb

Bench to the OR and beyond, experiences using a surgical robot

by Katie Konyn
Events

Abstract Orthopaedic surgeons traditionally rely on their eyes, feel, training, experience and tools to deliver good outcomes for their patients. Getting first class results every time is challenging especially in treating patients with complex...

13 Feb

MiniMD in Medical Imaging - open for applications

by Katie Konyn
News

Applications are now open for the next MiniMD in Medical Imaging, which will run from 12-23 June 2017 and is open to non-clinical postdoctoral researchers. MiniMD is a two-week intensive course that provides non-clinical scientists with direct ...

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