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Warwick Biomedical Engineer Leandro Pecchia featured in the Financial Times for Artificial Intelligence for fully automated diabetes kit.

Dr Leandro Pecchia, associate professor at the University of Warwick's school of engineering, hopes to use electrocardiogram (ECG) signals to track glucose levels by applying AI tools to a heartbeat scan, he can detect low blood glucose with similar accuracy to a CGM.

Wed 11 Mar 2020, 09:33 | Tags: Biomedicine WEB Biomedicine Research

Artificial Intelligence (AI) can detect low-glucose levels via ECG without fingerprick test

Researchers from the school of Engineering have created technology for detecting low glucose levels via ECG using a non-invasive wearable sensor, which with the latest Artificial Intelligence can detect hypoglycaemic events from raw ECG signals.

Thu 05 Mar 2020, 09:57 | Tags: Biomedicine WEB Biomedicine Research

Warwick Engineer contributes to breakthrough Alzheimer's collaboration

Breakthrough in description of metals in brain which may drive the progression of Alzheimer’s disease, made by international research collaboration, including Dr Joanna Collingwood.

Tue 26 Jun 2018, 15:15 | Tags: Biomedicine WEB Biomedicine Research Women in Engineering

EPSRC funding secured for new Alzheimer's project

Nanoscale metallomics and mineralization: advanced spectromicroscopy determination of the role of iron and calcium in Alzheimer's disease.

Thu 13 Oct 2016, 13:41 | Tags: Biomedicine WEB, Biomedicine

Biomedical Engineer is AZ Breakthrough Scientist

Biomedical Engineering PhD student Elin Boger receives prestigious award from major global research-led business.

Mon 15 Feb 2016, 11:27 | Tags: Biomedicine WEB, Biomedicine, Award

Researchers investigate hi-tech solutions to help patients get more out of their assistive technology

The researchers, led by Professor Christopher James, will use sensors, Smart Watch technology and unobtrusive ‘tattoo’ sensors, to improve the support patients receive.

Wed 25 Feb 2015, 09:32 | Tags: Biomedicine WEB Biomedicine Research Faculty of Science

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