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Biomarkers and Diagnostic Engineering
Collectively the Biomarkers and Diagnostic Engineering group seek to identify signals which reliably predict whether an individual is at risk of developing a specific condition, and indicate response to treatments. Finding signatures of pathophysiology and methods of their detection is therefore a core tenet of our work. Key techniques include the use of applied spectroscopic methods (mass spectrometry, infrared spectroscopy and Raman), and statistical methods to integrate multiparametric datasets.
Dr Abigail Rutter
Lecturer in Biomedical Engineering