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UPDATE: We are delighted to announce that EPSRC have funded our CDT for five more years under the new name EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training in Intelligent Integrated Imaging in Healthcare (i4health). Visit our new website here.

14 Mar

Merit Abstract Award for student paper on multimodal imaging for Alzheimer's

by Benedetta Biffi
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CDT student Marzia Scelsi has received a Merit Abstract Award for the 2017 OHBM Annual Meeting, taking place in Vancouver, Canada in June. The Organization for Human Brain Mapping (OHBM) is the primary international organization dedicated to us...

08 Mar

Meet Eliza Orasanu - CDT in Medical Imaging alumna

by Benedetta Biffi
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After achieving her PhD in medical imaging in October 2016, CDT graduate Eliza Orasanu has since moved on to start a career in medical research for industry. Here, Eliza shares her thoughts on making the transition from academic to industry resea...

22 Feb

Ask our STEM Ambassadors: Focus on Nooshin Ghavami

by Benedetta Biffi
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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...

13 Feb

MiniMD in Medical Imaging - open for applications

by Benedetta Biffi
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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 ...

19 Dec

Glaucoma drug may have potential to treat Alzheimer’s disease

by Benedetta Biffi
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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 ...

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