David Gibbins

Micrima

David Gibbins was Born in Brecon, Wales in 1982.

In 2004 he received an M.Eng. degree in aerospace engineering from Liverpool University (U.K.).

In 2009 he was awarded a PhD by the University of Bristol, on the topic of UWB antenna and microwave imaging.

From 2009-2012 he was a Research Assistant at the University of Bristol where he was a member of the Bristol’s Breast Cancer Imaging Project.

From 2012-2016 he was a senior research engineer at Toshiba TRL, developing methods of detecting Osteoporosis employing microwave tomography.

From 2017 until present he has worked at Micrima, where, as Project Engineering Manager he is involved in the development of the next generation of breast cancer imaging technology.

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Radio-wave breast imaging a new technology

This seminar will explain the science behind radio-wave breast imaging. It will cover how the technology works, what is measured as well as look at some clinical data from the first CE marked radio-wave breast imaging system MARIA ®. It will then go on to look at where this technology could go in the future with additional functionality.

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    Dr Heather E. L. Rose
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    MR imaging and Spectroscopy of Paediatric Brain Disease

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    Prof Keith Muir
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    Imaging techniques to aid treatment decisions in acute ischaemic stroke.

  • Alison Hall: Speaking at the Medical Imaging Convention

    Alison Hall
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  • Dr Scott Semple: Speaking at the Medical Imaging Convention

    Dr Scott Semple
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    Magnetic Resonance Imaging of myocardial viability

  • Dr Ai Lyn Tan: Speaking at the Medical Imaging Convention

    Dr Ai Lyn Tan
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