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Women in Biomedical Engineering
Our research and courses are attractive to women across disciplines from health care, engineering, physics, mathematics to the humanities and social sciences. Interested in finding out what our female students and researchers motivates? Our...
Statistical Shape Modelling
Statistical shape modelling is becoming an indispensable tool in medical image analysis with applications ranging from surgical planning, morphometric assessment to image segmentation
Stroke Rehabilitation
reScribe is a robotic hand exoskeleton developed as a rehabilitation tool for stroke patients to improve fine motor skills through task oriented handwriting therapy
3D fibre map of the brain from magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)
Brain Imaging
We use three-dimensional imaging of the brain to find out how HIV therapies affect the brain development in babies and children. You can help! Join our postgraduate programmes in biomedical engineering or neurosciences.
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Tuesday, 19 September 2017
Collaborative Paper wins Prize at 63rd South African Orthopaedic Association Congress

Joint study of UCT's Orthopaedic Biomechanics Lab and Department of Surgery wins 3rd Best Overall Free Paper Presentation at the 63rd South African Orthopaedic Association Congress held in Port Elizabeth during 4-7 September 2017.

Publication Date:
Wednesday, September 13, 2017 - 17:45
Peer-reviewed open access journal "Global Health Innovation" launched

Prof Tania Douglas, SARChI Chair in Biomedical Engineering & Innovation, launches peer-reviewed open access journal "Global Health Innovation".

Publication Date:
Sunday, September 3, 2017 - 11:45
Congratulations to Dr Marcin Jankiewicz to NIH R01 award

Dr Marcin Jankiewicz, in collaboration with Dr Peter Torre from San Diego State University and Dr Barbara Laughton from Stellenbosch University, receives NIH R01 grant on effects of HIV on central auditory network.

Publication Date:
Monday, August 28, 2017 - 14:45