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A Mathematical Study Group in biophysical modelling for respiratory medicine

  • 17 Jun 2024
  • 21 Jun 2024
  • University of Glasgow

BIOREME have teamed up with Innovate UK Business Connect and SofTMech to host a study group in mathematical modelling for respiratory medicine.
We are delighted to invite participants to register for our upcoming mathematical study group with confirmed challenges from industry and clinicians more details here -> https://www.bioreme.net/events-all/studygroup-2024

When: 17th - 21st June 2024
Where: University of Glasgow

Cost: There is no cost to participate. Lunch and refreshments are provided throughout the event. Accommodation in University of Glasgow Student Accommodation can be provided at no cost. Please indicate this on your registration form.

Deadline: 17th May 2024 (unless capacity is reached before this date).

Who is this for? We encourage researchers with a range of expertise to register for this event, including applied mathematics, computational modelling, statistics, data science, physics and engineering. We welcome researchers at all career stages from PhD students through to academic staff. This hands-on workshop offers a great opportunity to apply your skills to a new area, get some experience working with an industrial or clinical partner on a real-world problem, and potentially discover exciting new research collaborations

Challenge 1: Can audio recordings be used to detect leaks in mechanical insufflation exsufflation (MIE) treatments
Presented by Dr Toby Stokes and Dr Michelle Chatwin, BREAS Medical

Challenge 2: Using data collected from Structured Light Plethysmography to
differentiate Breathing Pattern Disorder from normal breathing
Presented by Dr Emily Fraser and Mathew Bulpett, Oxford University Hospital

Challenge 3: Searching for exhaled breath volatile biomarkers: How can we correct for environmental contamination?
Presented by Dr Ran Wang and Prof Stephen Fowler

To find out more, please get in touch at contact@bioreme.net

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