Position: Directeur de Recherche CNRS
Research interests: Blood flow and mass transfers in the brain microcirculation, Interactions between brain microcirculation and cerebro-spinal fluid dynamics, Physical bases of perfusion and functional brain imaging, Impact of ageing and neurodegenerative disease, Vascular morphogenesis, Red Blood Cell suspension flows in microfluidic networks
Position: Mari Hulman George Professor of Applied Neuroscience, Professor of Biomedical Engineering, Director, Center for Paralysis Research College of Veterinary Medicine Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering
Research interests: Cellular and molecular mechanisms underlying nerve damage and recovery. Tissue Engineering in mammalian nervous system: polymer-based tissue repair and biomechanics of spinal cord injury
Position: Kennedy Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Head of Department
Research interests: Transport phenomena and fluid mechanics as applied to biomedical engineering problems, energy, innovative industrial processes and biocomplexity. Computational modelling from fundamental to applied.
Position: Consultant in Neurointensive Care (Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Trust) and Associate PI, Division of Anaesthesia (University of Cambridge)
Research interests: Neurointensive care informatics, Healthcare technology, Signal processing, Computing, Data analysis, Sensing, Physics
Position: Honorary Research Fellow, FMRIB Analysis (Associate Professor, University of Nottingham)
Research interests: Neuroimaging, Brain connectivity/Connectome estimation, Diffusion MRI analysis, Functional MRI analysis, Brain microstructure & Biophysical modelling, Bayesian inference, Machine learning, Numerical Methods, Image processing & analysis.
Position: Department Chair & The Lilyan & E. Lisle Hughes Professor of Mechanical Engineering
Research interests: Professor Bayly studies impact, vibration, wave motion, and instability in mechanical and biomedical systems. He uses magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) to investigate the mechanics of brain injury and brain development. He also studies the nonlinear dynamic phenomena that underlie the oscillatory movements of cells and microorganisms.