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11 Aug

Researchers find elevated risk of Alzheimer’s in a fifth of people in their 70s

by Georgina Cade

Research worked on by a team from University College London, including some members of the Translational Imaging Group (TIG), was featured in an article in The i this week, written by CDT Deputy Director Gary Zhang.

31 Jul

Gary Zhang's piece on the history of Alzheimer's research published in The i

by Georgina Cade

Deputy Director of CDT, Gary Zhang’s fascinating account of the history of dementia research was published in yesterday’s The i as part of his month-long media placement there. In his piece he describes the integral role played by Carol Jennings ...

13 Jul

Report on UK’s Supply of Medical Radioisotopes written by CDT student Informs Parliamentary Debates

by Georgina Cade

A Parliamentary policy report co-written by one of our CDT students, Mark Graham, has been released at a pressing moment as the issue of the UK’s supply of medical radioisotopes hits the headlines. The report highlights the challenges ahead aroun...

11 Jul

Four CDT students gain two weeks clinical experience through Mini MD

by Georgina Cade

In June 2017 four PhD students from CDT, Bianca De Blasi, Ernest Lo, Irina Grigorescu and Guotai Wang, took part in a two week Medical Imaging Mini MD that is organised annually by the School of Life and Medical Sciences and NIHR UCLH Biomedical ...

20 Mar

Complex ultrasound signals created by light

by Katie Konyn

Research published in Applied Physics Letters CDT Student Michael Brown and colleagues from the Biomedical Ultrasound Group at UCL recently had a research paper published in Applied Phyics Letters. Generating arbitrary ultrasound fields wit...

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