• Non-invasive imaging of myocardial coronary micro-vessel morphology and flow dynamics in vivo using super-resolution ultrasound

    Applications are invited for a BHF 4-year MRes/PhD studentship starting in October 2021 at the National Heart and Lung Institute (NHLI) in partnership with the Bioengineering Department at Imperial College. The BHF 4-year MRes/PhD studentship comprises a 1-year MRes in Biomedical Research formed of two linked laboratory projects, followed by a 3-year PhD.  The studentships will…

  • Postdoc position in 3D flow imaging

    We currently have an open Research Associate position in 3D ultrasound flow imaging, to start later this year. The post holder will contribute to 3D ultrasound image beamforming and flow imaging, in collaboration with Professor Freears from University of Leeds. If you are interested, please contact Professor Mengxing Tang (mengxing.tang@ic.ac.uk)

  • PhD position on gut microcirculation imaging

    This is a highly multidisciplinary project and is part of a close collaboration between engineers/physicists, biologists, clinicians and industry partner to: Develop advanced ultrasound technology for high spatial and temporal resolution in vivo imaging of gut structure and function Develop  optimised  signal and image processing and machine learning technology in the presence of fat layers…

  • PhD and Postdoc opportunities

    We are always looking for talented PhD candidates and postdocs to join our group! There are PhD studentship funding opportunities, including a number of competitive PhD scholarships¬†at Imperial College that are open to all candidates. If you are interested in developing novel imaging technologies to address clinical challenges in cardiovascular diseases, cancer, or neurological diseases,…

  • Student placements

    For queries regarding possible UROP (undergraduate research placement) projects or possibilities to do an MEng or Msc thesis with the group, have a look at which projects you would be most interested in from the Research pages (or devise something else entirely) and then get in touch with Dr Meng-Xing Tang (mengxing.tang@ic.ac.uk).