A new ultrasound group in the heart of London.
Kirsten Christensen-Jeffries, PhD
MRC Career Development Award Research Fellow
Kirsten leads the Super Resolution Imaging group in the QUIIN lab. Her background is in super-resolution ultrasound imaging for quantitative and functional imaging of microvascular associated diseases.
Laura Peralta Pereira, PhD
Royal Society University Research Fellow
Lecturer in Physics & Engineering of Medical Ultrasound
Laura leads the Ultrasound for Imaging & Material Characterisation group in the QUIIN lab. Her background is in advanced ultrasound methods for screening, monitoring, and interventional guidance.
Antonios Pouliopoulos, PhD
Lecturer in Therapeutic Ultrasound
Antonis leads the Focused Brain Interventions group in the QUIIN lab. His background is in therapeutic ultrasound, targeted drug delivery into the brain, treatment monitoring techniques, and clinical translation of focused ultrasound.
Rachel works on acoustic holography methods for targeted drug delivery and drug release in brain tumours.
Primary supervisor: Dr. Antonios Pouliopoulos
Second supervisor: Dr. Maya Thanou, Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Oliver works on elastography using coherent multi-transducer ultrasound.
Primary supervisor: Dr. Laura Peralta Pereira
Second supervisor: Dr. Jo Hajnal
Visiting PhD candidate
Daniele works on software and hardware development with the ULA-OP system. He is based in Florence, Italy.
Leong Fan Fung
Leong Fan (Stanley) works on developing closed-loop controllers for safe ultrasound treatment in the brain.
Matteo works on developing and 3D-printing realistic skull phantoms for therapeutic ultrasound applications.
Ivy works on measuring drug delivery enhancement in the brain following focused ultrasound treatment.
Caitlin works on measuring drug delivery enhancement in the brain following focused ultrasound treatment.
Elspeth works on the assessment of the in-vivo imaging feasibility of our coherent multi-transducer method.
Hafsah works on developing and 3D-printing realistic brain moulds to create a realistic brain phantom for therapeutic ultrasound applications and MRI.