The Biophysics and Bioengineering Research Group
The Group's mission is to undertake high quality research in the areas of imaging technology and its applications; nanotechnology for cancer diagnostics and therapy; and applied biomechanics, biomaterials and biomechanics, encompassing cell surface interactions, tissue engineering structures including innovative implant design, deep brain stimulation, EEG and ECG signal analysis; the development of Electrical Impedance Tomography (EIT) imaging technology for neonates lung, brain function. sensors, smart materials; orthopaedic technology evaluation, development of imaging and analysis technologies; development of biosensors and their application to dementia and wound; musculoskeletal and soft tissue biomechanics.
The Biophysics and Bioengineering Research Group combines significant expertise in the areas of bioimpedance, imaging, nanotechnology, modelling and biomechanics. The Research Group collaborates with the Middlesex University Centre for Investigative Oncology and Biosciences in the department of Natural Sciences. It also collaborates with UCL, St Mary's Hospital Imperial College London, Zilico Ltd and Midatech Ltd.