Dr Jen Barcroft presents her work in collaboration with i-sense colleagues at the International Society of Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology (ISUOG) World Congress: “Can Online Search Engine Patterns Predict Gynecological Diagnoses?”.
Public engagement is an important part of our research at i-sense, in order to disseminate our findings with a wide, diverse and inclusive audience and also to develop our network and engage future researchers into the field. Let’s take a closer look at some of the varied areas of public engagement that we have been involved in over the past few months.
Zyme Biosciences, a team led by Dr Marta Broto Aviles who is an i-sense postdoc in Prof Molly Stevens group at Imperial College London, have made the finals of WE Innovate 2021. The scheme is led by the Imperial Enterprise Lab and provides a platform to showcase the incredible progress being made in women’s entrepreneurship at Imperial – with winning teams receiving a part of a 30K prize fund for their ideas.
This International Women's Day, women in i-sense share what inspires and motivates them, why they love working in science, what it means to be a woman in science, and how they're working to #Pressforprogress.
Currently, cultural and institutional barriers mean women are all too often under-represented at the highest levels despite no apparent shortage of talent.
i-sense PhD student, Evdokia Pilavaki is recognised for her work on an optical sensing device for infectious diseases.
The Rosalind Franklin Appathon for Women in STEMM ended on a high note with our Prize and Tech Day 2016!
i-sense researcher and student selected to participate in prestigious research event at the House of Commons.
Harriet Gliddon's novel test for TB wins the Institute of Global Health Innovation Student Challenges Competition!