Smart Medical Imaging

EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training

Students

Student Profiles

  • Giovanna Nordio

    Giovanna Nordio - 2014 entry

    I completed the MSc at the University of Padova (Italy) in Bioengineering, where I previously obtained the BSc in Information Engineering. More...

  • Hugh O'Brien

    Hugh O'Brien - 2017 entry

    I graduated from Trinity College Dublin with a BA in Psychology and Imperial College London with an MSc in Computer Science. In between I worked at PLOS on some of their flagship journals. More...

  • Bradley Osborne

    Bradley Osborne - 2018 entry

    I graduated in 2018 from the University of Hull with an MChem in Chemistry. My final year project, under the supervision of Prof. Steve Archibald, focused on the pharmacokinetic modification of radiotracers. More...

  • Elsa-Marie Otoo

    Elsa-Marie Otoo - 2017 entry

    I graduated with a BEng in Biomedical engineering from King’s College London in 2016. Throughout my degree, I was part of a few projects, one involved a novel and more efficient self-navigation technique for 2D ECG-free breath-held cardiac MRI and my 3rd year project was based on generating better 3D computer modelling of the heart using cardiac cine MRI. More...

  • Calum Pennington

    Calum Pennington - 2018 entry

    I am a PhD researcher , interested in creating novel computational and quantitative methods to probe medicine's complexity. More...

  • Hannah Perry

    Hannah Perry - 2016 entry

    The Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in Medical Imaging has allowed me to transfer my skills in NMR to Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) and other medical imaging techniques. More...

  • Stanislav Piletsky

    Stanislav Piletsky - 2018 entry

    During my MSci Chemistry degree at Imperial, I had the opportunity to work on a number of projects of my own design. My primary interest is in molecularly imprinted polymer nanoparticles (nanoMIPs), a class of robust synthetic receptors with highly controllable properties. More...

  • Antonia Pontiki

    Antonia Pontiki - 2018 entry

    After studying Physics for two years in the USA, I changed paths and started over at King’s College London where I graduated with a BEng in Biomedical Engineering in 2018. More...

  • Alina Psenicny

    Alina Psenicny - 2018 entry

    I finished a Master’s degree programme of Biomedical Engineering, specialising in Sensors and Signals at the University of Technology Vienna, after finishing my Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering with specialisation in Power Engineering and Mechatronics at the University of Ljubljana. More...

  • Esther Puyol

    Esther Puyol - 2014 entry

    I completed my Bachelors and Masters of Science at the Polytechnic University of Catalonia (Spain) in Biomedical Signal Processing. More...

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