|Our research is multi-disciplinary. It
draws on knowledge from physics, mathematics, computing, bioscience and clinical medicine
to develop new ideas and methods with applications in health, industry and commerce.
Our interests are focused around four complementary themes
Imaging and Physiological Measurement
Functional MR Imaging and in vivo Spectroscopy. Anybody planning research projects involving scanning on the 1.5 Tesla Philips MR Scanner must download and complete the 'Application for Research Form' (word format) or there is a pdf.
Do you want to volunteer for an MR scan look at the pdf file.
To everyone who may want to transfer MRI data via the Philips MED-NT MR Scanner. Please printout and complete the data tranfser form (word format) or pdf version. The completed request form should be delivered Shelagh Stedman in room .
Image and Signal Computing (formerly the Wolfson Image Analysis Unit) involves applying computer modelling and pattern recognition techniques to the analysis and interpretation of images and signals. Current activities include computer vision, medical image analysis, face recognition, industrial inspection and signal interpretation in critical care.
We offer Postgraduate Studentships in all areas.
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