Surgical & Interventional Engineering (SIE) experimental facility and mock operating room
Building on existing translational research expertise, notably in diagnostic imaging sciences, a core experimental facility for SIE research and mock operating room will be available onsite. This state-of-the-art, fully equipped multi-user laboratory space will include everything from workshops and high-performance computing to robotics, micro-robotics, nano-engineering and mechatronics laboratories.
Good to see these multidisciplinary initiatives. I did my PhD (1987) in Kings Biophysics (then in Drury Lane) and my daughter is now studying Biomedical Engineering at Kings. I hope that, despite coronavirus, she and students just starting or completing this course will get the benefit of live lectures and practical experience during the coming year, to develop the necessary skills to continue projects like this.
Hi I was a Guy’s Nursing graduate 1971. I would really like to see a section for ‘previous’ graduates and an option for them to keep in touch with each other. Many like me have travelled around the world and I now live in NZ.
Great to see St Thomas Hospital again in the limelight. Did my postgrad Dermatology training there in 1993/1994!!
Congratulations to the team…..for this innovation and will certainly assist healthcare delivery in this time of crisis.
Need all hands on deck for the provision of the best care available ……research is certainly a vital component.
Such an important and incredible piece of work – thank you Professor Ourselin and everyone at King’s.