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15 Sep

Imaging Cherenkov emissions for in vivo verification in radiotherapy

by Katie Konyn
Current Projects

Modern radiotherapy techniques rely on complex radiation fields which rapidly change in space and time. Being able to visualise the radiation dose entering and exiting the patient will enable a new level of in-vivo verification. The impact of ...

15 Sep

Cortical Mapping with Diffuse Optical Compressed Sensing

by Katie Konyn
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...

15 Sep

Wearable high-density diffuse optical tomography technologies

by Katie Konyn
Current Projects

Newborn infants who suffer a brain injury often go on to develop cerebral palsy (CP). Early diagnosis of CP is critical because during the first weeks of life, the brain is likely to be at its most susceptible to treatment. In healthy children...

11 Sep

Image analysis of the spinal cord in MRI for multiple sclerosis studies

by Katie Konyn
Current Projects

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a disease in which the myelin sheets covering the nerve cells in the central nervous system (i.e., brain and spinal cord) are damaged. Such demyelination disrupts the communications along the nerves, leading to a num...

11 Sep

Linking genetics, 3D sterophotogrammetry and neuroimaging to clinical subtypes in epilepsy

by Katie Konyn
Current Projects

There are many important things about epilepsy that we do not understand, such as: how does one epilepsy differ from another, and how are they similar; can we predict outcomes such as treatment resistance, psychosis, depression and sudden deat...

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