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08 June 2022

Our latest research….

Find more about our latest Research in collaboration with the University of Glasgow (Co-Immunicate) and the Scottish Social Services Council (BeMe) – two mobile apps that demonstrates the level ofexpertise of our graduates.

Find More about Co-Immunicate and BeME in our Reserach Project Section

19 April 2022

Postgraduate Scholarships

We have a series of scholarships available to new students who are starting Postgraduate study in academic session 2022/23.

If eligible, you can apply for a maximum of two scholarships. Only one application form is required to apply for two scholarships. The application form can be downloaded here. Your application responses must be typed. Please e-mail if you require the application form in an alternative format.

The deadline for submitting a scholarship application is Tuesday 31st May 2022 at 16:00 GMT.

More Information about our Postgraduate Scholarships offer

10 March 2022

Glasgow University Centre for Virus Research Collaborations with The Glasgow School of Art

Researchers from the CVR collaborate with students from The School of Simulation & Visualisation in the MSc in Medical Visualisation and Human Anatomy.

Watch our colleague Dr. Ed Hutchinson discuss the value of techniques from illustration to visualisation to understand science.

Follow the MRC-Uni of Glasgow Centre for Virus Research

3 March 2022

Ella Jones, MSc Graduate 2020

Check out this new paper: Developing and evaluating a prototype public health mobile app on the UK NHS Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Screening Programme about an innovative mobile app on Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms and its screening, centralising all key information, for the general public.

10 Feb 2022

28 Jan 2022

Annabel Slater – MSc Graduate 2018

Naina Nair – MSc Graduate 2017

Rachael Suétt – MSc Graduate 2018

Check out this new paper: Visualising Viruses – how constructing integrative illustrations of virus particles can challenge our thinking about the biology of viruses, as well as providing tools for science communication, and we provide a set of science communication resources to help visualise two viruses whose effects are extremely apparent to all of us.

Visualising Viruses

Annabel Slater, Naina Nair, Rachael Suétt, Rian Mac Donnchadha, Connor Bamford, Seema Jasim, Daniel Livingstone, Edward Hutchinson

Journal of General Virorology

Volume 103, Issue 1, (2022)

17 Dec 2021

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30 Nov 2021

Sarah Iannucci – MSc Graduate 2021

Listen to the MRC – University of Glasgow Centre for Virus Research latest podcast for Contagious Thinking in which Sarah Iannucci discusses all things Medical Visualisation.

Sarah discusses her journey into Biomedical Visualisation, her MSc degree, her amazing MSc project, her hopes for the future of medical visualisation, and her current position as Medical Visualisation Engineer at Axial 3D.

15 Apr 2021

Dr Laura Perez Pachon – MSc Graduate 2015

Check out our latest journal publication in the International Journal of Computer Assisted Radiology and Surgery about a doctoral research supervised by the University of Aberdeen and the School of Simulation and Visualisation, about the possibilities of use of the XR display device, Microsoft Hololens, to support Surgical planning

Effect of marker position and size on the registration accuracy of HoloLens in a non-clinical setting with implications for high-precision surgical tasks

Laura Pérez-Pachón, Parivrudh Sharma, Helena Brech, Jenny Gregory, Terry Lowe, Matthieu Poyade &  Flora Gröning 

International Journal of Computer Assisted Radiology and Surgery, Volume 16, pages 955–966 (2021)

31 October 2020

Amy Webster – MSc Graduate 2017

Check out our latest journal publication in Multiple Sclerosis and Related Disorders about systematic review of the use of VR in MS rehab, in the context of a doctoral research supervised by Glasgow Caledonian University and the the School of Simulation and Visualisation.

27 May 2020

Anabel Slater – MSc Graduate 2018

Annabel Slater, a freelance scientific illustrator, created the images in collaboration with the University of Glasgow’s Centre for Virus Research (CVR) and the School of Simulation and Visualisation at the Glasgow School of Art. Source: STV News

23 Aug 2019

Lisa Ferrie – MSc Graduate 2019

A Glasgow School of Art student has created a realistic fake kidney that could help train cancer surgeons.

Lisa Ferrie made the model using 3D printing and it could be used to teach surgeons how to remove tumours. Source: BBC News Scotland