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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
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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
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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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Saturday, 21 October 2017
Paper by Marcin Jankiewicz in the Media

Paper "White Matter Abnormalities in Children with HIV Infection and Exposure" by Marcin Jankiewicz and colleagues attracts instantaneous media attention in ScienceDaily.

Publication Date:
Friday, October 20, 2017 - 18:15
Dr Sudesh Sivarasu receives UCT College of Fellows Young Researcher Award

Congratulations to Sudesh Sivarasu from the Division of Biomedical Engineering for receiving the 2017 UCT College of Fellows Young Researcher Award.

Publication Date:
Friday, October 13, 2017 - 09:15
Paper out: Building needs-based healthcare technology competencies across Africa

News and Views "Building needs-based healthcare technology competencies across Africa" by Tania Dogulas and coauthors published in South African Journal of Science.

Publication Date:
Tuesday, October 10, 2017 - 12:30
Paper out: Longitudinal increases of brain metabolite levels in 5-10 year old children

Study on Longitudinal increases of brain metabolite levels in 5-10 year old children by Martha Holmes, Ernesta Meintjes and co-autors published in Plos ONE.

Publication Date:
Tuesday, October 10, 2017 - 10:45

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