Young people learn about GIFT-Surg research at Westminster Enterprise Week
Students from Westminster Kingsway College learned about GIFT-Surg research on fetal growth and challenges in ultrasound imaging at a public engagement event as part of Westminster Enterprise Week on 10 November.
Fetal surgery for spina bifida is highly acceptable to parents, GIFT-Surg study finds
New research by GIFT-Surg explores the strategies parents employ when considering fetal surgery as an option for the management ...
GIFT-Surg charity partner’s engagement with research showcased in new animation
GIFT-Surg collaborated with its long-term charity partner, Antenatal Results and Choices (ARC), to produce an animation showcasing ...
Workshops explore the public’s views on scanning and surgical innovations in pregnancy
The Public Engagement team at the Wellcome/EPSRC Centre for Medical Engineering (CME) at King’s College London hosted a series of ...
New creative collaboration between GIFT-Surg and Twins Trust supports parents’ understanding of rare pregnancy complications
GIFT-Surg researchers collaborated with charity partner Twins Trust to create a series of illustrations explaining rare medical conditions that can occur during twin and higher-order pregnancies.
Novel MRI measurements lead to better understanding of placental development during pregnancy
New research from GIFT-Surg and the University of South Australia has shown that magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) can be used to ...
New method to create patient-specific models of placental blood flow can improve understanding of conditions affecting the fetus
Researchers have found a new method to create patient-specific models of placental blood flow, which can lead to a better understanding of conditions where the blood circulation of the fetus is known to be altered, helping to predict which pregnancies will be afflicted by these conditions and contributing to the development of effective therapies.
Public dialogue on scanning and surgical innovations in pregnancy
The Centre for Medical Engineering King’s College London is hosting a series of invite-only online workshops to explore public views on innovations in scanning and surgery during pregnancy.
New MRI algorithm provides novel insight about placental blood flow in late pregnancy and stillbirth risk
A recent study co-led by GIFT-Surg and the University of Auckland used a newly developed Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) algorithm to ...
GIFT-Surg researchers organise successful workshop on perinatal and paediatric image analysis
The fifth annual Perinatal, Preterm and Paediatric Image Analysis workshop (PIPPI), founded and co-organised by Dr Andrew ...
GIFT-Surg present at the UCL/ Paris Descartes University Fetal Growth Restriction seminar
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
Ultrasonic Tracking: Novel technology identifies tip of surgical needle during surgeries
New technology from The School of Biomedical Engineering & Imaging Sciences at King’s College London provides surgeons with greater visibility and accuracy for procedures