He joined the University of Liverpool in October 2011 as a lecturer in Biomedical Engineering. He currently holds a RAEng/Leverhulme Senior Research Fellowship investigating aortic diseases with novel approaches.
Her research group at the University of Liverpool has a wide interest in amyloid protein diseases and elucidating the factors that contribute to the pathogenicity associated with these diseases.
Cardiac Surgery training took place in Nottingham, Sheffield and Liverpool and finished in 2009. He was appointed a consultant at Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital in 2009.
Dr Diaz De la O’s research focuses in Bayesian metamodelling approaches for uncertainty quantification. In particular, he has worked on coupling Gaussian process emulators with stochastic finite element techniques.
Aorta: Structure to Rupture 2022 is less than 20 days away now. Below you can find the final programme and travel information. Final Programme: Registration will be open from 9 am. The meeting will commence at 930 am. The final programme can be accessed via the link below: Aorta Structure to Rupture 2022 – Programme_final […]
We are pleased to announce that our Aorta: Structure to Rupture meeting will be taking place this year face-to-face at the University of Liverpool on Friday 24th June 2022. This is an interdisciplinary meeting bringing together clinicians, engineers and life scientists to explore state-of-the-art in aortic pathology research. Key topics this year will include: Biochemistry […]
We would like to introduce Professor Francesco Torella who has joined the LABB team and is now actively involved in our research efforts. Francesco was appointed Consultant vascular/endovascular surgeon in 2003. He works at the Liverpool University Hospitals and at the Liverpool Heart & Chest Hospital. He studied in Italy, Belgium and the United Kingdom […]
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