Smart Medical Imaging

EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training


Student Profiles

  • Tamzin Bond

    Tamzin Bond - 2017 entry

    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 - 2014 entry

    I have now completed my PhD titled "Image Synthesis in Medical Imaging". I previously studied Computing at Imperial College London. More...

  • Jemma Brown

    Jemma Brown - 2015 entry

    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 - 2017 entry

    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...

  • Adela Capilnasiu

    Adela Capilnasiu - 2014 entry

    I acquired my BSc in Applied and Computational Mathematics in Germany, at Jacobs University Bremen. More...

  • Emily Chan

    Emily Chan - 2017 entry

    I graduated with an MEng in Biomedical Engineering from Imperial College London in 2016. My third year project involved working with image processing techniques and exposed me to the potential applications in healthcare, which inspired my particular interest in computer vision. More...

  • Cen Chen

    Cen Chen - 2015 entry

    I obtained my MSc in Pharmaceutical Chemistry at Chongqing University (China), where I previously completed my BSc in Pharmacy. More...

  • Woo-Jin Cho Kim

    Woo-Jin Cho Kim - 2017 entry

    I​ ​completed​ ​my​ ​Bachelors​ ​in​ ​Biomedical​ ​Engineering​ ​at​ ​King's​ ​College​ ​London​ ​in​ ​2015,​ ​during which​ ​time​ ​I​ ​worked​ ​on​ ​respiratory​ ​motion​ ​models​ ​for​ ​image-guided​ ​interventions.​ ​The​ ​following year,​ ​I​ ​completed​ ​a​ ​12-month​ ​placement​ ​at​ ​Siemens​ ​Healthcare​ ​in​ ​Germany​ ​where​ ​I​ ​focused my​ ​research​ ​on​ ​image​ ​denoising​ ​and​ ​contrast​ ​enhancement​ ​techniques​ ​to​ ​improve​ ​device visibility​ ​in​ ​X-ray​ ​fluoroscopy​ ​sequences. More...

  • Saul Cooper

    Saul Cooper - 2016 entry

    hope that the Medical Imaging CDT programme will allow me to expand my knowledge and skills in this field alongside offering new insight into the multidisciplinary area of imaging sciences. More...

  • Ines Costa

    Ines Costa - 2018 entry

    I graduated from Lisbon School of Health Technology in Portugal with a BSc in Nuclear Medicine More...

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