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Our Associate Professors Jerome Charmet and George Despotou deliver the first WMG Associate Professor Lecture Series

Our Associate Professors Dr Jerome Charmet and Dr George Despotou will deliver on 20/01/2021 the public lecture series in WMG.

Jerome will be giving an overview of his current activities, concentrating on two precision oncology projects. Jerome has worked with a company and clinicians to develop two devices that can simplify cancer management and in particular immunotherapies.

George will present his lecture on "The digital health transformation: at the crossroads of science, engineering and medicine.": Healthcare has experienced a profound transformation. This has been made possible by numerous applications that change the way one will interact with the healthcare system. Knowledge from biology, engineering, computer science, medicine, as well as knowledge from multiple domains such as aerospace and automotive, is brought together in digital health. This results in building safe, effective and efficient patient-centric services and empowering the patient to manage their daily care. The presentation gives an overview by examples, of digital health as the crossroads multiple disciplines.

To find out more about the lecture series have a look at the following link

https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/sci/wmg/mediacentre/wmgevents/assocproflectureseries


New pelvis motion tracking technology to transform hip replacement decisions

Researchers at WMG’s Institute of Digital Healthcare and Professor Richard King, of University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust- and Honorary Professor at Warwick Medical School, have developed a small device that can be put at the bottom of your back to scan the movement of your pelvis prior to a hip replacement.

Wed 03 Oct 2018, 09:32 | Tags: Healthcare Technology, Mark Elliott

IDH part of a study showing that people are reluctant to use public defibrillators to treat cardiac arrests

A study led the University of Warwick suggests that people are reluctant to use public access defibrillators to treat cardiac arrests.

Wed 27 Sep 2017, 08:10 | Tags: Digital Health, Theo Arvanitis, Healthcare Technology, Articles

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