Well done to our PhD student Isabella Fornacon-Wood who has had two papers on radiomics accepted in the last 6 […]
QBI Lab Group has recently been informed our paper published in Magnetic Resonance in Medicine is among the top 10% […]
This March, the QBI lab group has taken engaging science talks into local schools through the Teen Science Café initiative. […]
Despite the home working requirements imposed by COVID-19, Professor James O’Connor delivered a remote seminar for the Institute of Cancer […]
Members of the QBI lab group have attended the first NCITA infrastructure meeting hosted this Wednesday at UCL. The meeting, […]
Members of the QBI lab group have coordinated the NCITA project’s first Exemplar study workshop this Friday. The event was […]
Various members of QBI teach on MSc in Cancer Biology and Radiation Physics MEDN67672. Professor O’Connor lectures on the Biomarkers […]
Professor O’Connor teaches on ‘Cancer Imaging Biomarkers’ as part of the MSc Medical Imaging science IIDS67452 Quantitative Imaging into Practice. These […]
This is an ungraded but mandatory 6 week course for students on the Medical Imaging MSc. Subject to available computers […]
Our own Denis Alferez performed a Pint of Science talk entitled ‘The 3R Principles’. See the blurb: “Using animals in […]