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09 Feb

DEVELOPING MATHEMATICAL METHODS FOR THE ANALYSIS OF EXTREME PREMATURITY. (4 YEAR MRES+PHD STUDENTSHIP IN MEDICAL IMAGE ANALYSIS)

by Professor Sebastien Ourselin
Named Projects

Supervision: Prof Seb Ourselin/Dr Andrew Melbourne/Prof Neil Marlow The Translational Imaging Group at University College London (UCL) is seeking to fill a doctoral position in computational medical image analysis. This PhD role will use advanc...

09 Feb

Deep Learning to find signal abnormalities in medical images

by Dr M. Jorge Cardoso
Named Projects

Deep Learning for general purpose quality control of medical images Subsection: Translational Imaging Group (TIG) Duration: 3 years Stipend: £16,851 per annum tax-free, full fees paid. Amount TBC Applications are invited for a PhD funding opp...

04 Jan

Industry Seminar: How a scientist ends up founding a company

by Katie Konyn
Events

For our first industry seminar of 2017 we’ve secured an international CEO to visit UCL and share his expertise on founding a business which has over 10 years experience in Medical Imaging. Prof Matthias Guenther is a physicist with over 20 ...

19 Dec

Glaucoma drug may have potential to treat Alzheimer’s disease

by Katie Konyn
News

Researchers at the UCL Institute of Ophthalmology have found that a drug used to treat glaucoma may have potential to treat Alzheimer’s disease. Published in Cell Death and Disease, the study found that the drug brimonidine, which is routinely ...

19 Dec

Machine learning approach allows for differentiation between MS and neuromyelitis optica

by Katie Konyn
News

Researchers were able to differentiate neuromyelitis optica from multiple sclerosis (MS) on MRI scans of patients’ gray matter thanks to a machine learning approach. Neuromyelitis optica spectrum disorder (NMO), or Devic’s disease, is oft...

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