The Healthcare Technologies research theme includes researchers developing, applying and evaluating new technologies for improving patient care. We work across a wide range of scales from the whole person to the nanoscale, and are interested in diagnosis, treatment and management of clinical problems.
The theme comprises clinicians, scientists, engineers and mathematicians with a broad range of expertise from modelling to experiment to application. Theme members work across the following research areas:
We hold occasional seminars to encourage cross-disciplinary networking within the theme, and to provide a forum for supporting research students and staff. Please see the ISTM Events Calendar for details; all welcome.
Healthcare Technologies Theme Lead: Dr Ed Chadwick
Full list of theme members
Nanoscale_Bioscience article in Top 25 articles of 2018
Posted on 07 February 2019
An article from the Nanoscale Bioscience group on Alzheimer's research has been included in the top 25 articles of 2018 by the Royal Society of Chemistry's journal 'Nanoscale'
Appointment Congratulations for Dr Abbie Rutter
Posted on 07 January 2019
Dr Abbie Rutter has been appointed as a new Lecturer in Biomedical Engineering
New RISE Connector in ISTM
Posted on 12 December 2018
Dr Dimitra Blana, Research Fellow in Biomedical Engineering has been successful in her application to become a member of the EPSRC RISE Cohort.
Personalised approach to restoration of upper limb movement in spinal cord injury
Posted on 14 May 2018
A project aiming for a personalised approach to the restoration of arm function in people with high-level spinal cord injury has been awarded £387k of funding by the EPSRC. The project, led by Dr Ed Chadwick of ISTM, will focus on developing new methods to optimise technology interventions such as functional electrical stimulation to enable people with paralysis of their arms to move again.
PhD success for Fraser
Posted on 20 February 2018
Fraser Philp successfully passed his PhD viva on Friday, with only minor corrections! Well done Fraser!