Creavo will be attending the European Society for Emergency Medicine in Athens from 24 – 27 September. Come and visit us on stand H11, we would love to hear from you!
Our Chief Scientific Officer, Professor Ben Varcoe, has written a blog on HuffPost about how our device uses magnetocardiography to help rule out cardiac conditions in chest pain patients, helping to combat the volume of them put through the lengthy A&E triage process. Click here to find out more.
Creavo will be attending the European Society of Cardiology in Barcelona from 26 – 30 August. Come and visit us on stand H650, we would love to hear from you!
Ian Watson has joined the technical department here at Quantum Imaging as a Lead Electronics Engineer. Having previously held roles at Ferranti, Thomson Sonar Systems, Ericsson, Marconi systems and Power Energy Solutions, Ian brings over 15 years’ experience working within Electronics Engineering.
His expertise include low noise analogue; Multi-layer PCB design; CPLDs and FPGA designs in VHDL as well as experience adhering to strict design standards across multiple industries such as Intrinsic Safety (ATeX), Functional Safety (IEC 61508), ISO 26262 and Embedded Software – C.
Ian will bring additional expertise into the business to develop and lead electronics development which is essential to the company’s success.
We are really pleased to see the clinical need we know to exist for fast and accurate detection and diagnosis in cardiology being highlighted by the national media. This is why Quantum Imaging is engaged in commercializing innovative, potentially life changing technology; to meet this need and cut diagnosis time to minutes for better patient outcomes.
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Dr Shima Ghasemi Roudsari has joined the fast expanding team at Quantum Imaging as Core Medical Research Manager. She has recently completed her PhD in Medical Physics at the University of Leeds, under the supervision of Professor Ben Varcoe. With an extensive research background in Magnetocardiography (MCG) for the diagnosis of cardiac conditions, she will apply her skills and expertise to help transform the company as a global leader in medical imaging devices.
Lynda Unitt has joined the team at Quantum Imaging as Clinical Project Manager. Lynda joins us from Corin Ltd. where she was the Clinical Research Manager setting up and conducting all clinical trials for Clinical, Regulatory and Marketing purposes.
Originally a qualified physiotherapist with 16 years’ experience working in the NHS overlapping with 16 years working within clinical research in both an NHS/Private and Industry setting, Lynda will bring additional expertise into the business to develop and lead the clinical programmes essential to the company’s success.