My interests lie in wound repair and tissue engineering. My summer project was to develop a synthetic ligament via rotating drum electrospinning.
The main aspect of this project is to design, model, build and program a UV exposure control system that can help change the face of laboratory diagnostics.
Glove sensors for monitoring Alzheimer’s disease Name: Tristan Beranger Current Organisation: Leeds Beckett University In May, Translate opened its summer student project scheme to support small medical technology development projects in the Leeds City Region. The scheme proved to be a massive success and 26 unique projects were funded. Learn more about their work in this blog. My […]
The aims of my work in this project are to produce a number of Affimer (nanocomposite biosensors) that can successful detect an analyte with reproducibility, whilst being quick and efficient.
Parkinson’s can be difficult to diagnose with only standard clinical assessments, which relies solely on subjective tests. As a result of receiving funding to work with ClearSky Medical Diagnostics, I am adapting and preparing equipment for diagnosing Parkinson’s so that it is fit for both clinical studies and for use by medical professionals.
I have started exploring hyper-spectral imaging technologies and their application for vein detection. The aim of this project is to assess the performance of various image classification algorithms for detecting and locating veins within hyper-spectral images in order to help nurses with injection.