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Thunddar is run by a committee. There are lots of members.
- 1 Management Committee
- 2 Members
- 2.1 David Sinden
- 2.2 Constantin Coussios
- 2.3 Piero Miloro
- 2.4 Robin Cleveland
- 2.5 Sandy Cochran
- 2.6 Valeria Garbin
- 2.7 David Cranston
- 2.8 Jason Raymond
- 2.9 Xiao Yun Xu
- 2.10 Maya Thanou
- 2.11 Marcia Martinho Costa
- 2.12 Justin Stebbing
- 2.13 Anton Slipszenko
- 2.14 Sarah Brueningk
- 2.15 Tim Mason
- 2.16 Carmel M Moran
- 2.17 James Choi
- 2.18 Bradley Treeby
- 2.19 Petros Mouratidis
- 2.20 Sharon Giles
- 2.21 Fiammetta Fedele
- 2.22 Georgios Imseeh
Katherine Johnson (Example)
Katherine Johnson I am not part of ThUNDDAR, this is just an example. Johnson's work included calculating trajectories, launch windows and emergency return paths for Project Mercury spaceflights, including those of astronauts Alan Shepard, the first American in space.
Gail ter Haar
Gail ter Haar is Team Leader in Therapeutic Ultrasound, within the Joint Department of Physics, Institute of Cancer Research.
She holds a PhD in physics and a DSc in Clinical Medicine. Her interests lie mainly in developing therapeutic applications of ultrasound for cancer. She has held grants in excess of £6M, mainly from EPSRC and the National Health Services’ New and Emerging Applications of Technology.
She has successfully supervised 25 PhD students. Gail has written 6 books and 34 book chapters, and over 180 peer reviewed research papers. In 2007 she was awarded the NHS Healthcare Scientist of the Year award for Innovation for her work on FUS therapy.
She is founding President of the International Society for Therapy Ultrasound (ISTU) and is an honorary member of BMUS, honorary fellow of the American Institute for Ultrasound in Medicine, and fellow of the Acoustical Society of America and IPEM.
She is Deputy Editor of “Ultrasound in Medicine and Biology”, associate editor of “Ultrasonics” and on the editorial boards of International Journal of Hyperthermia, Journal of Therapeutic Ultrasound and Medical Physics. In 2007, Gail started informal, UK wide meetings on therapy ultrasound (THUGs).
Steven Freear is head of the ultrasound group at Leeds University which was formedÂ in 2006, specialising in biomedical ultrasonics.
Wady Gedroyc is a radiologist who has been actively involved in research in MR guided FUS for the past 15 years at Imperial College, London and has authored many articles in this field on subjects such as fibroid focused ultrasound surgery (FUS), facet FUS, FUS drug activation etc. Professor Gedroyc is currently joint President of the EFUS society, and organiser and president of this year’s European FUS in London.
He was recently PI on a £1.25M EPSRC grant looking at development of new theranostic FUS activated drugs. This project is now progressing to commercialisation and early human trials.
Nader Saffari is the Professor of Ultrasonics at UCL and the head of the Ultrasonics Group.
Eleanor Stride is a Professor of Engineering Science at the University of Oxford.
Jean Francois Aubry
Jean Francois Aubry is Director of Research at the Institut Langevin (Paris, France) andÂ visiting Associate Professor at the University of Virginia, Department of Radiation Oncology.
Professor Nandita deSouza is the lead academic radiologist at The Institute of Cancer Research andÂ The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust.
Brian Davidson is Professor of Surgery at UCL, as well as consultant surgeon at both the Royal Free and Wellington Hospital.
Trained as a physicist and an engineer, Prof. Roy specializes in the application of physical acoustics principles to problems in biomedical acoustics, industrial ultrasonics, and acoustical oceanography.
Dr David Sinden is a senior research scientist at NPL.
Professor Constantin Coussios is the Director of the Oxford Institute of Biomedical Engineering.
I am currently involved in different research projects on ultrasound safety, in-vitro acoustic stimulation of cells, tissue mimicking materials manufacturing and characterization and therapeutic ultrasound.
Robin Cleveland is a Professor of Engineering Science at the University of Oxford and his research is based at the Biomedical Ultrasound, Biotherapy and Biopharmaceuticals Laboratory (BUBBL) at the Institute of Biomedical Engineering.
Prof. Cochranâ€™s research focuses on materials and systems to apply ultrasound principally in medicine and life sciences.
Valeria Garbin is a Senior Lecturer (Associate Professor) in the Department of Chemical Engineering at Imperial College London.
Associate Professor of Surgery, Nuffield Department of Surgical Sciences, University of Oxford.
Jason Raymond is a Senior Research Associate in the Department of Engineering Science, University of Oxford.
Xiao Yun Xu
Professor Xiao Yun Xu is a Professor of Biofluid Mechanics in the Dept of Chemical Engineering.
Maya Thanou is a Senior Lecturer in the Institute of Pharmaceutical Science, Kingâ€™s College London.
Marcia Martinho Costa
Marcia Martinho Costa background is in biomedical and biophysics engineering
Justin specialises in the systemic management of a range of malignancies
I have been working in the field of ultrasonic device development since 1999
I completed a M.Sc. in Physics (Biophysics) at the Technische UniversitÃ¤t MÃ¼nchen with the major focus of my courses in the field of bio-medical and soft matter physics
Tim Mason obtained a BSc and PhD in Chemistry from Southampton University and spent two years in the USA at Amherst College
Carmel M Moran
Dr Carmel M Moran graduated in Maths and Physics from Queenâ€™s University Belfast, MSc in Medical Physics from Aberdeen University and completed her PhD at the Institute of Cancer Research in Sutton, Surry in 1991
Dr. James Choi leads the Noninvasive Surgery & Biopsy Laboratory at Imperial College London
Bradley Treeby is an EPSRC Early Career Fellow at University College London, and co-author of the open-source k-Wave toolbox.
Petros is a cell biologist who is interested in the cytotoxic effects of therapeutic ultrasound on cancer
Sharon Giles is a qualified diagnostic radiographer with more than 10 yearsâ€™ experience in magnetic resonance (MR) research projects.
Fiammetta Fedele is a Medical Physics specialised in both therapeutic and diagnostic Ultrasound
Georgios Imseeh is a research fellow in clinical oncology at the Royal Marsden Hospital