We would like to offer our congratulations to Andrew Melbourne who has recently been promoted to Lecturer in Advanced Computational Imaging within the Translational Imaging Group (TIG). Working closely with clinical colleagues Andrew designs advanced quantitative imaging methods to answer
Visit the Royal Society’s Summer Science Exhibition to learn how smart surfaces are being used to prevent infection and avoid the need for antibiotics in clinical settings in an exhibition curated by UCL researchers. Have you ever considered what life
ARC is the only national charity helping parents and healthcare professionals through antenatal screening and its consequences. They offer non-directive information and support to parents before, during and after antenatal screening; when they are told their baby has an anomaly;
Rosalind Pratt was awarded the runner-up prize in the 2017 Faculty of Population Health Sciences Poster Competition on 26th April for her poster entitled “Investigating Placental Efficiency; Novel Analysis of the Fetoplacental Vascular Tree”. Congratulations to her!
Rosalind Pratt and Andrew Melbourne were invited to speak about their work in collaboration with UCLH and GOSH at the UCL/Paris Descartes University Fetal Growth Restriction seminar on the 5th May 2017 held at the Residence de France in Kensington.
An open-source cloud storage platform called GIFT-Cloud which allows for multi-institute, high-volume clinical imaging research with automatic anonymisation has been released by UCL researchers. Clinical imaging data is essential to the development of new research software which contributes to assisted
A new collaboration between GIFT-Surg and Sonic Womb Productions Ltd will develop an increased understanding on the role of sound in-utero in order to create the next generation of neonatal incubators. At present there is very limited data on how
Three UCL students who are helping to alleviate problems that cause babies to be born early or with health problems through UCL-led research supported by Bliss completed the Royal Parks Half Marathon across the capital on 9 October to further
Congratulations to Luis Garcia-Peraza Herrera (Translational Imaging Group) and Ester Bonmati (Centre for Medical Imaging Computing) who won First and Second Best Paper Presentation Award at the MICCAI ’16 Workshop on Computer Assisted and Robotic Endoscopy. First Place, Luis Herrera: Real-Time Segmentation
Congratulations to George Dwyer who won the second prize best paper and presentation award best paper presentation at the 6th Joint Workshop on New Technologies for Computer/Robot Assisted Surgery (CRAS). Details of the Paper: Title: Cooperative Control with Distal Manipulation