Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering


Rob Cooper

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Dr. Rob Cooper is an EPSRC Early Career Fellow at UCL, and the founder of DOT-HUB.  His work focusses on the advancement and application of diffuse optical tomography and fNIRS methods.  At present, he is working to develop, apply and disseminate wearable high-density diffuse optical tomography technologies, which have huge potential in neuroscience and clinical neuroimaging.  Rob’s primary clinical interest is the newborn infant brain, and he is co-director of neoLAB: an interdisciplinary collaboration between Engineers and Physicists at UCL and neonatologists at The Rosie Hospital, Cambridge (www.neolabresearch.com).  Rob is also a lecturer and run's UCL's flagship biomedical optics course within the Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering Department.

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