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29 Nov

Turning innovative medical devices into great start-up companies

by Katie Konyn

The recent years have witnessed a drought in traditional funding for early-stage medtech companies, increasing the bar for equity financing, delaying the maturity stage at which venture capital funds typically invest, and creating a gap for trans...

23 Nov

Visit us at the UCL Graduate Open Day

by Katie Konyn

UCL Graduate Open Day 2016 University College London will be holding its Graduate Open Day on Wednesday 23 November 2016, 2pm – 7pm. The UCL EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Medical Imaging will be hosting a stand in the Chadwick...

07 Nov

Disruptive innovation in paediatric cardiovascular magnetic resonance – the importance of physics and computer science

by Katie Konyn

In an ideal world, Cardiovascular magnetic resonance (CMR) would be used routinely for the assessment of children with Coronary heart disease (CHD). Unfortunately, this is not possible because of; i) long scan times (~1 hour) ii) the need for...

25 Oct

Molecular Imaging in the Clinic - Status, Opportunities & Issues

by Katie Konyn

Abstract Nuclear Medicine is today the only clinical application for molecular imaging and one of the few tools for personalized medicine that have transitioned from translational research into clinical practice. During its seventy-year history...

24 Oct

Call for Applications - 2016 Hamlyn Winter School on Surgical Imaging and Vision

by Dr Tom Vercauteren

Surgical Imaging and Vision is a growing area of research and an integral part of every endeavour in Robotic Surgery. To familiarise researchers with the cutting edge research of this rapidly expanding field, the Hamlyn Centre for Robotic Surgery...

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