Medical Imaging

EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training

Students

Student Profiles

  • Samy Abo Seada

    Samy Abo Seada - 3rd year PhD

    I graduated from Imperial College London with an MEng in electrical and electronic engineering and after working for a couple of months decided that I wanted to go back to university to pursue a PhD. More...

  • Maximilian Balmus

    Maximilian Balmus - 1st year PhD

    In 2016 I graduated from King’s College London with a BEng in Biomedical Engineering. Following several projects under the supervision of Dr. David Nordsletten, I developed a keen interest in the field of numerical modelling and its use in the understanding of the biomechanics of the heart. More...

  • Vasileios Baltatzis

    Vasileios Baltatzis - MRes

    I acquired my diploma (equivalent to MEng) in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in 2017. Coming from a family of doctors, I have always been fascinated by research related to medicine and health but from a technical perspective that involves mathematical and engineering modeling. More...

  • Patrick Bergstrom Mann

    Patrick Bergstrom Mann - 3rd year PhD

    I recently completed an integrated Master’s course in Chemistry at Cardiff University. My final year project involved the development of functionalised iron oxide nanoparticles for dual modality MRI and PET imaging. More...

  • James Bezer

    James Bezer - MRes

    I graduated with an MSci in Physics from Imperial College in 2016, before spending a year as a researcher in the department of medicine at the University of Manchester. More...

  • James Bland

    James Bland - 2nd year PhD

    I received my MSc in Natural Sciences (Physics) in 2013 from the University of Cambridge. My research interest is in the acquisition and reconstruction of medical imaging data. More...

  • Tamzin Bond

    Tamzin Bond - 1st year PhD

    I previously studied at The University of Manchester where I received a MChem degree in Chemistry. My Masters project was carried at Manchester Institute of Biotechnology and involved research focused on cell-targeting magnetic nanoparticles for theranostics. More...

  • Christopher Bowles

    Christopher Bowles - 3rd year PhD

    I previously studied Computing at Imperial College London, and for my Masters project I looked into automatic analysis of foetal cinematic MRI scans. More...

  • Jemma Brown

    Jemma Brown - 2nd year PhD

    I graduated from Oxford University in 2015 with the degree of Master of Physics. Following three months as an intern at the Institute of Cancer Research in London, under the supervision of Professor Gail ter Haar and Dr Ian Rivens, I developed an interest in ultrasound technology. More...

  • Samuel Budd

    Samuel Budd - MRes

    In 2017 I graduated Imperial College London with a MEng in Computing (Games, Vision and Interaction). Following a successful Master’s project with Dr Bernard Kainz and Dr Emma Robinson, as well as enjoying several modules related to Human Brain functionality and how we understand it, More...

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