Early Career Researchers: Tharin Phenwan

Early Career Researchers: Tharin Phenwan

Today’s guest blog is from Tharin Phenwan, who is a PhD student at the University of Dundee. Throughout August, the SDRC are celebrating our next generation of researchers by devoting a series of blogs to PhD Students/ Early Career Researchers. Read the series...
Early Career Researchers: Jennifer Waymont

Early Career Researchers: Jennifer Waymont

Today’s bio in our Early Career Researcher blog series is from Jennifer Waymont at the University of Aberdeen.   Jenny Waymont is a PhD candidate in Medical Imaging at the University of Aberdeen. Her PhD thesis is on the automated detection and analysis of white...
Early Career Researchers: Miriam Scarpa

Early Career Researchers: Miriam Scarpa

Throughout August, the SDRC are celebrating our next generation of researchers by publishing a series of blogs to PhD Students/ Early Career Researchers.  Read the previous blogs here Our next blog is from Miriam Scarpa. Miriam gives us a fascinating overview of her...
Early Career Researchers: Emma Russell

Early Career Researchers: Emma Russell

Read our new blog below from Emma Russell, as part of the SDRC’s series of blogs from PhD Students/ Early Career Researchers in dementia and brain health.  Follow us on Twitter to keep up to date with the series.  I am a doctoral candidate studying at the...
Bursary for super resolution imaging with ESRIC and RS MacDonald

Bursary for super resolution imaging with ESRIC and RS MacDonald

The ESRIC Access Fund supported by the RS MacDonald Trust The best possible super-resolution optical imaging can now be free! The Edinburgh Super-Resolution Imaging Consortium (ESRIC; www.esric.org), in partnership with the RS MacDonald Trust, have established a new...