Imaging

Enabling the collaborative research in Precision Health that is instrumental in the transition to preventative medicine



Sarah Bohndiek

seb53@cam.ac.uk

Physical  Imaging  

Prof Bohndiek's research focuses on advancing the understanding of tumour evolution using next-generation imaging sciences. She is particularly interested in the study of blood vessel formation in early cancer. Her team is also active in translating the findings into first-in-human clinical trials.

biomedical optics  endoscopy  photoacoustic  cancer  clinical trials  

Martin Bennett

mrb24@medschl.cam.ac.uk

Cardiovascular Research  Imaging  

Prof Bennett studies the regulation of cell accumulation and interactions in vascular disease, using both human and mouse cells in vitro and models of atherosclerosis with genetic manipulation. He also has a major interest in vulnerable plaque imaging in patients using both invasive and non-invasive modalities.

regulation of cell accumulation and interactions in vascular disease  plaque imaging  

Joan Lasenby

jl221@cam.ac.uk

Physical  Imaging  

Prof Lasenby's research interests include: 3D reconstruction from multiple cameras; human motion analysis; optical motion capture; applications of Geometric Algebra in engineering; non-invasive monitoring techniques in medical applications; sports engineering.

medical applications  3D reconstruction  human motion analysis  sport engineering