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Research Associate in Biomedical Optics

We are looking to recruit a Research Associate in Biomedical Optics. The post will entail the development (instrumentation/software), test (optical phantoms) and clinical application (in-vivo experiments) of the state-of-the-art supercontinuum laser based time-resolved optical instrument for multi-wavelength, multi-channel and multi-modal brain tissue spectroscopy/imaging. The instrument is already available but adaptations/upgrades might be required. The postholder will also be involved in building and scanning a series of optical phantoms including dynamic liquid optical phantoms to test instrumentation and algorithms. After which the system will be deployed for in-vivo experiments including patient experiments as part of our clinical collaboration with the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery and the University College London Hospitals.  More...

PhD studentship in Graphene-based Radiation Detectors.

The Department of Medical Physics & Biomedical Engineering is inviting applications for a studentship in the area of Graphene-based Radiation Detectors. More...

PhD studentship in Estimating Physical Properties of Biological tissue using X-ray Phase Imaging.

The Department of Medical Physics & Biomedical Engineering is inviting applications for a studentship in the area of Estimating Physical Properties of Biological tissue using X-ray Phase Imaging. More...

PhD studentship in Recording Brain Activity during cycling and its Application as a Rehabilitative Intervention after Spinal Cord Injury.

The Department of Medical Physics & Biomedical Engineering is inviting applications for a studentship in the area of Recording Brain Activity during cycling and it’s Application as a Rehabilitative Intervention after Spinal Cord Injury. More...

PhD studentship in Extraction of Imaging Biomarkers for Quantification of Prion Disease Progression.

The Department of Medical Physics & Biomedical Engineering is inviting applications for a studentship in the area of Extraction of Imaging Biomarkers for Quantification of Prion Disease Progression. More...

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