Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering


Smartphone Imaging Group (SIG)

Baby in Ghana is checked for jaundice using a smartphone that takes a photo of the child's eye and analyses it
Current areas of research

Current collaborators 


  • Dr Judith Meek (Consultant Neonatologist, UCLH)
  • Professor Nikki Robertson (Consultant Neonatologist, UCLH)
  • Dr Sara Hillman (Consultant Obstetrician, UCLH)
  • Professor Narendra Aladangady (Consultant Neonatologist, Homerton University Hospital)
  • Dr Christabel Enweronu-Laryea (Consultant Paediatrician, Korle Bu Teaching Hospital, Ghana)
  • Dr Nana Brako (Consultant Paediatrician, Greater Accra Regional Hospital, Ghana)
  • Dr Mary Ani-Amponsah (Nurse-Midwifery Specialist, School of Nursing, University of Ghana)
  • Dr Genevieve Insaidoo (Consultant Paediatrician, Holy Family Hospital, Nkawkaw)
  • Mr Peter Andrew (Consultant Rhinologist, Royal National Throat Nose and Ear Hospital)
  • Dr Raj Mookerjee (Consultant Hepatologist, Royal Free Hospital)
  • Professor Andrew Davenport (Consultant Nephrologist, Royal Free Hospital)
  • Dr Ranjan Rajendram (Consultant Ophthalmologist, Moorfields Eye Hospital)