Imperial College London

Professor Kitney

Faculty of EngineeringDepartment of Bioengineering

Professor of BioMedical Systems Engineering
 
 
 
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Contact

 

+44 (0)20 7594 6226r.kitney Website

 
 
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Assistant

 

Ms Tania Briggs +44 (0)20 7594 6226

 
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Location

 

3.16Royal School of MinesSouth Kensington Campus

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Summary

 

MSc Journal Club (PG) - BIOE97031

Aims

 The journal club helps students to develop two key skills: to read research papers and to develop critical thinking.

Role

Course Leader

Engineering in Cancer Therapy - BIOE97057

Aims

This module explains the basic physics of ionising radiation as safely implemented in radiotherapy, provides an overview of the range of applications in the treatment of patients with ionising radiation and, highlights and models the biological processes involved the interactions of ionising radiation and tissue

Role

Lecturer

Image Processing (PG) - BIOE97091

Aims

 This module will provide students with a substantial introduction to digital image processing relevant to image analysis. It will also provide students with appreciation of aspects of computation in interpreting or “parsing” images, as well as introducing students to some of the biomedical, clinical and research applications of image processing and computer vision

 

Role

Lecturer

Synthetic Biology - LIFE96035

Aims

 Background & Aims: The advent of the molecular biology age in the 1970s was brought about by the ability to construct recombinant DNA molecules. This has completely revolutionised biology and enabled the development of ‘synthetic biology’, where new gene arrangements can be constructed and evaluated. This has been tremendously successful, leading to a wide range of biotechnological applications. However, the engineering of useful synthetic biological systems is still undertaken on an individual ad hoc basis, which is expensive and inefficient. Synthetic biology as a discipline is now attempting to apply the principles of engineering and develop foundation technologies that make the design and construction of engineered biological systems easier, facilitating future development in biotechnology. This course will explore the challenges, problems and approaches to engineering biological systems. 

 

Role

Lecturer