Student Prize Winners 2019

THE IPEM Student Prize is presented for the best project on an IPEM accredited MSc course and is judged by the course director.

The winners receive £250 and a certificate and the winners for 2019 were:

  • Harry Andrews, University of Surrey, MSc Medical Physics: Quantification of 123I[FP-CIT] SPECT Brain images - Measurement of Specific Binding Ratio
  • Nur Khairah Bahirah Binti Safian, University of Malaya, MMed Physics: Diffusion Kurtosis Imaging of the Breast Using MRI at 3.0 Tesla
  • Maram Alqarni, King’s College London, MSc Med Eng and Physics: Automatic Segmentation of the Left Ventricle in 3-D Echocardiography Images
  • Yunyang Cui, University College London, MSc Physics and Eng in Medicine: Monitoring Brain Activity During Navigation in the Real world by fNIRS
  • Savvas Shiangoli, University of Surrey, MSc Biomedical Engineering: Experimental and Computational Evaluation of Shockwave Therapy Applicators
  • Connor Abraham, University of Swansea, MSc Medical Radiation Physics: Neurocognitive efects of head and neck Radiotherapy.  Volumes of the brain receiving different levels of dose, for head and neck cancer VMAT
  • Elisabeth Stamou, University of Aberdeen,  MSc Medical Physics: The effects of iron deposition on cognition: A quantitative susceptibility mapping study
  • Laura Burberry,  MSc Clinical Science (Medical Physics): A Retrospective Review of the Impact of Quantitative VQ SPECT on Clinical Outcome for Emphysema Patients.

Professor Stephen O’Connor, IPEM’s President, said: ‘Congratulations to all of the winners who thoroughly deserve their award.’