Insigneo Members take part in The Big Walk 2019

Well done to Insigneo Director of Research Professor Jim Wild – Professor of Magnetic Resonance Physics, Insigneo member Professor Allan Lawrie – Professor of Translational Cardiopulmonary Science (both from the Department of Infection, Immunity & Cardiovascuar Disease) and Amy Jones – International Recruitment Manager, and all of our colleagues who completed the 37 mile Big…

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Insigneo Showcase 2019

Friday, 17 May 2019, Octagon Centre, Sheffield, UKThe event is free of charge. Please register by 17 April 2019.**Abstract submissions are now closed** The Insigneo Institute for in silico Medicine’s Annual Showcase event will be held on 17 May 2019 at the Octagon Centre, in Sheffield, UK. This full day event is an opportunity for…

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Realising the medical potential of virtual reality

As a medical physicist, one of my aims is to apply new technology to address medical challenges. During my PhD I explored the use of virtual reality to examine complex data, and soon concluded that this is a potentially influential technology with many applications in medicine. One example is to benefit people with nystagmus. Nystagmus…

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