Professor of Medical Physics
My group’s main research is based around solving imaging problems by intelligent use of multimodal data. This is divided between four themes:
· Optical imaging: My main research area is in developing optical tomography for breast cancer and functional brain imaging of adults and children in a long-term collaboration with Addenbrookes Hospital.
· Radiotherapy: I am applying multimodality imaging techniques to radiotherapy, particularly as part of UCLH’s new Proton Therapy Centre.
· Multispectral imaging of
historical manuscripts: I am extending
multimodality medical imaging techniques to recovering lost text in historical documents
with the UCL Centre for Digital Humanities. See, for example, the Deep Imaging project and recent BBC coverage.
These themes build upon my previous research, which led to the first 3D electrical impedance images of adult brain function and the first 3D optical tomography images of the neonatal head.
|2013-17||Programme Tutor for BEng/MEng Engineering (Biomedical)|
|2012-||Chair of Departmental Research Committee|
|2012-||Creator and editor of Departmental Newsletter and Open Day|
Lecturer on MPHY101P, MPHY2001, MPHY3892
||Creator and editor of Departmental Website and Museum|