In my project I use MultiSpectral Optoacoustic Tomography (MSOT) to measure blood oxygenation in the tumour in vivo. Both spatial and temporal changes in oxygenation can give us insight into the oxygen delivery and consumption by the cancer cells, which can be very valuable to monitor tumour development and response to treatment.
- MPhys Mathematical Physics, University of Edinburgh (2010-2014)
- PhD in Medical Sciences with Dr Sarah Bohndiek, University of Cambridge (2014-2018)
Next destination: Postdoctoral research fellow with Prof. Bob Gillies, Moffitt Cancer Center, USA.
Best conference attended so far
WMIC Philadelphia 2017