Researchers in the Centre for Nanohealth

Devices is one of the four strategic research themes at the Medical School. Following on from advances in biomedical engineering made at Swansea, the theme encompasses implantation, computational and biological devices, as well as methodological developments in mass spectrometry.

Closely linked to the Medical School’s Enterprise and Innovation initiatives this research theme actively links its expertise in biomedical research to industry with the aim of improving human health and the development of knowledge economies globally. 

Current research is based on laboratory, MRI and clinical trial studies with applications in stem cell studies, regenerative medicine, cancer, cardiology, haemostasis and blood clot identification.

Research Centres and Units

Research on computer doing reseach on PC.

Related Courses