The students have access to top of the range equipment. We aim to create a pipeline from imaging chemistry, image acquisition through processing/reconstruction, computational modelling and clinical translation. King's has supported this pipeline with over £40m of funding for research facilities established or refurbished since the end of 2007. The CDT is based at St Thomas’ Hospital allowing us to maximise synergies between research and clinical translation. Staff are allocated space in order to enhance multi-disciplinary working and, as such, one office/lab may house a physical scientist, an engineer and a clinician working on the same disease area.
The Research facilities are as follows: