Carmel Moran Research Group
Information on the research interests, projects, and members of Carmel Moran's Research Group.
Professor Carmel Moran
Personal Chair of Preclinical Ultrasound
The primary focus of my research is high frequency ultrasound and ultrasonic contrast agents. In 2008, with Wellcome Trust funding (£516K), I established the preclinical ultrasound imaging facility at the University of Edinburgh and have recently been part of a successful application to the Wellcome Trust to establish a preclinical large animal imaging facility. Using ultrasound imaging, we can image adult, neonates and embryonic hearts, livers and kidneys and study their structure and blood flow dynamics in real-time. Additionally using in-house and commerically available ultrasonic contrast agents, we can study the perfusion of organs. In collaboration with NHS colleagues, I am developing novel high resolution test phantoms for performance assessment of preclincial imaging techniques.
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Research Group Members
|Name (sorted in descending order)||Role|
|Adrian Thomson||Preclinical Imaging Research Associatefirstname.lastname@example.org|
Other Research Group Members
|Ms Marion Bacou||PhD Student, IGMM||M.Bacou@sms.ed.ac.uk|
|Mr Harry Carstairs||MPhys Student, School of Physicsemail@example.com|
|Mr Adeel Shafi||PhD Student, School of Engineering||A.Shafi@ed.ac.uk|