I am working on the development of a multimodal imaging system that can be situated in a clinical environment andused for the analysis of oesophageal tissue. The aim is to build-up a database of the variousoptical properties of oesophageal tissue and determine how they change in diseased states, to ultimately enable the development and optimisation of new non-invasive diagnostic tools.
- M.Eng. Mechanical Engineering, Loughborough University (2008-2012)
- PhD. Biomedical Engineering, Loughborough University (2012-2017)
- Postdoctoral Research Associate with Dr Sarah Bohndiek, University of Cambridge (2017-2019)
Next destination: EPSRC Doctoral Fellow, Loughborough University, UK
Best conference attended so far
11th International Congress of Corneal Crosslinking, Boston (USA, 2015) – for the early morning runs around a cold crisp Boston lit up with Christmas lights.