Instead of imaging the shape of the lungs, we image the lungs' motion
This completely different approach allows us to see how the lungs really work
Our extensive network of global collaborations provides us with expert advice over a wide breadth of topics, evolving our concepts and challenging our ideas. We are always seeking to engage key opinion leaders, strategic partners and specialised medical professionals. Together, we aim to boost the global knowledge base of respiratory function, and with this insight, revolutionise patient care.
Engineering our future health
The quest for useful knowledge can have no boundaries, whether geographical or disciplinary. Biomedical engineering seeks to apply traditional design methodology to medical and biological healthcare purposes, both diagnostic and therapeutic. Engineering solutions for long standing medical problems has immense potential to efficiently advance healthcare treatment and monitoring.