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We talk to Professor Clare Elwell about her career and research in Medical Physics. Clare has had an extraordinary career using Biomedical Optics in clinical environments, including a ongoing research project in the Gambia, studying development of infant brains, funded by the Bill Gates Foundation. This is Part One of our chat with Clare, focussing…
 
Prof Sandro Olivo sits down to share his career in Physics and Engineering in Medicine. Sandro talks about developing a brand new x-ray medical imaging technique, phase contrast, which not only has enormous potential for medical applications, but across the whole world of x-rays. We talk about his history with synchrotrons, particle physics and the…
 
Dr Anne Vanhoestenberghe discusses the wonderful applications of rehab and assistive technologies. She talks about nerve and muscle simulators designed to provide real help to those with spinal chord paralysis and other related conditions.Learn more about the department and its degree programmes at:https://www.ucl.ac.uk/medical-physics-biomedical-e…
 
Dr Catarina Veiga describes her research into improving cancer treatments with x-ray and proton beams. She talks about the new proton therapy centre at UCLH, why protons beams are better, and why sometimes they aren't.Learn more about the department and its degree programmes at:www.ucl.ac.uk/medical-physics-biomedical-engineering/…
 
Dr Sergio Bertazzo talks about his research in Mineralomics, the study of minerals that form in the body and how they relate to disease. He talks about how imaging these minerals with an electron microscope can give us new insights into the causes of some very common diseases. We also discuss his foray into the Jurassic World as he recalls the time…
 
A roving chat with Prof Adam Gibson about his career in Physics and Engineering in Medicine. We talk about Adam's history with thermal imaging and x-ray mammography, before discussing his current research subjects of optical tomography (the MONSTIR project) and his work with the Heritage Institute imaging art and mummies. Learn more about the depar…
 
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