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OUR TEAM

 

FACULTY AND STAFF

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ZION TSE

Academy of Medical Sciences Professorship
Royal Society Wolfson Fellow
FIMechE, FIET, SMIEEE, CEng
MRC Research Board

Bridging engineering, medicine, AI and digital health. (York, LinkedIn, Google)

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MANISH CHAUHAN

Lecturer in Medical Engineering

Soft robotics, optical imaging, bio-imaging and optical fibres, mechatronics, novel materials, MRI technology and data analytics. (LinkedIn, Google)

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WANLI ZUO

Post-Doc Research Associate

Wirelessly powered instruments for healthcare applications.

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NISHANT SINGH

Post-Doc Research Associate

Wearable sensors and Internet of Things healthcare devices. (LinkedIn, Google)

 

STUDENTS

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HAIPENG LIANG

Ph.D Student

Bronchoscopic navigation device for pulmonary diagnostic and treatment. (LinkedIn)

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CHAYABHAN LIMPABANDHU

Ph.D Student

Medical instrumentations for improving patient diagnosis and treatment. (LinkedIn)

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RORY BENNETT

Ph.D Student

Prostate ultrasound imaging and sensing. (LinkedIn)

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LINXIAOHAI NING

MSc Student

Soft robotic endoscopes.

 
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YANGMYUNG MA

Medical Student from Hull York Medical School

Technologies for public protection during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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IMAN ISLAM

Medical Student from Hull York Medical School

COVID-19 rapid diagnostic tests based on real-time RT-PCR.

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ABDUL AZAM RAJPER

Medical Student from Hull York Medical School

Hospital technologies to combat COVID-19. (LinkedIn)

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ADEEL MUSHTAQ

Medical Student from Hull York Medical School

Robotic technologies used in screening and patrolling during COVID-19 pandemic.

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ANNABEL HEYBOURNE

Medical Student from Hull York Medical School

Digital technologies during the COVID-19 pandemic. (LinkedIn)

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MAHMOUD SHEHAB

Medical Student from Hull York Medical School

Analyzing the development of AI technologies in combating COVID-19. (LinkedIn)

 

ALUMNI

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QUANFENG (MICHAEL) LI

Wirelessly powered medical instruments for radiofrequency ablation cancer treatment. (LinkedIn)

 
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CAI XIN CHEN

Bridging the gap between engineering and medicine, bringing new technologies from workshop to bedside. (LinkedIn)

 
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VIGNESH RADHAKRISHNAN

Steering improvement control systems and project acquisition activities. (LinkedIn)

 

UNIVERSITY OF YORK

The University is one of the Russell Group of research-intensive British universities. It was ranked joint 12th in the UK among multi-faculty institutions for the quality (GPA) of its research and 24th for its Research Power in the 2014 Research Excellence Framework. The 2019 national ranking of York is 12th by The Guardian and 22nd by The Times; internationally it ranked 134th (QS), 119th (THE), and 128th (CWTS). York has been named "the best place to live in Britain according to the BBC and the Times. York is a city with beauty and connections to match its rich history.