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Echoes Around The Home is a cross disciplinary project conceived and led by Dr Nicholas Firth (UCL Computer Science), working with social scientists Prof. Mary Pat Sullivan (Nipissing University Applied and Professional Studies) and Emma Harding (UCL Institute of Neurology), neuropsychologist Prof. Sebastian Crutch (UCL Institute of Neurology) and computer scientist Prof. Daniel Alexander (UCL Computer Science). This project has been funded by a Social Science Plus+ award from The Collaborative Social Science Domain UCL and will begin installing Echo’s in late March. More...
Published: Feb 6, 2017 3:51:52 PM
Dr. Christos Bergeles gave the honorary talk at the Greek Vitreoretinal Society Congress (http://gvrscongress.gr/en/) on 14th January 2017, titled "Advanced robotics for retinal micro-interventions and therapeutics delivery". The conference took place from 12th January 2017 to 14th January 2017, and several leading international ophthalmologists participated to discuss best clinical practices and new technological developments in vitreoretinal surgery. More...
Published: Feb 2, 2017 4:08:30 PM
Professor David Hawkes is the 2016 recipient of the MICCAI Enduring Impact Award. The Enduring Impact Award Prize, founded in 2009, is the MICCAI Society’s prestigious annual prize, awarded to a senior researcher whose work has made an enduring impact on the field of medical image computing and computer assisted interventions. More...
Published: Nov 24, 2016 3:53:12 PM
CMIC was established in 2005 to act as an interface between engineering and biomedical sciences. The centre has grown from 5 academic staff and about 30 researchers (2005) to 17 academic staff and about 150 research staff (2015). Governance is through a board of directors with input from all academic staff, together with a variety of student and post-doc-led committees and representatives.
Key goals of the centre include:
Research: To make impact on key medical challenges facing 21st century society and to perform world leading research on medical imaging, image-analysis problems and applications.
Enabling: To provide resources, leadership, mentoring, and career development for all its members, as well as a collaborative research environment with high national and international visibility.
A core principle of CMIC is to cover the complete imaging pathway: from basic numerical techniques through to application-driven software systems. This provides close communication along this pathway, which focusses early-stage development on real problems, and ensure that front-line systems use the latest underlying technology.
CMIC is grateful to a wide range of funders who support their work including:
The Department of Health
The Wellcome Trust
Cancer Research UK
Alzheimer's Research UK
The Leverhulme Trust
Prostate Cancer UK
Royal Academy of Engineering
The Royal Society
SPARKS for children's health
WESTON Brain Institute
The Wolfson Foundation
Mauna Kea Technologies
China Scholarship Council
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