Centre for Advanced Cardiovascular Research


imageThe Centre for Advanced Cardiovascular Research supports the development of leading edge research in the field of medical devices, nanotechnology and bio-molecular science applied to critical cardiac care.

The centre facilitates research and the development of new technology platforms thus accommodating the evolution of optimal therapeutic and diagnostic devices and systems. The Co-Directors of the Centre for Advanced Cardiovascular Research are Professor Omar Escalona at the University of Ulster and Dr. David McEneaney at the Southern Health and Social Care Trust.

The centre research is managed by a management team from the  University of Ulster and the Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast.

Since the mid 1960s Northern Ireland has been at the centre of new methodologies and treatments for sudden cardiac death by combining the application of fundamental science and engineering into the clinical setting. 

The launch of the first mobile coronary care unit in Belfast in 1966 demonstrated how effective clinical practice could be achieved through the collaboration of best scientific practice into applied medicine.

 
The launch of the first mobile coronary care unit in Belfast in 1966 demonstrated how effective clinical practice could be achieved through the collaboration of best scientific practice into applied medicine.The centre research is managed by a management team from the  University of Ulster and the Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast.
 
Since the mid 1960s Northern Ireland has been at the centre of new methodologies and treatments for sudden cardiac death by combining the application of fundamental science and engineering into the clinical setting. 
 
The launch of the first mobile coronary care unit in Belfast in 1966 demonstrated how effective clinical practice could be achieved through the collaboration of best scientific practice into applied medicine.The centre research is managed by a management team from the  University of Ulster and the Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast.
 
Since the mid 1960s Northern Ireland has been at the centre of new methodologies and treatments for sudden cardiac death by combining the application of fundamental science and engineering into the clinical setting. 
 
The launch of the first mobile coronary care unit in Belfast in 1966 demonstrated how effective clinical practice could be achieved through the collaboration of best scientific practice into applied medicine.
The centre facilitates research and the development of new technology platforms thus accommodating the evolution of optimal therapeutic and diagnostic devices and systems. The Co-Directors of the Centre for Advanced Cardiovascular Research are Professor Omar Escalona at the University of Ulster and Dr. Ganesh Manoharan at the Royal Victoria Hospital.The Centre for Advanced Cardiovascular Research supports the development of leading edge research in the field of medical devices, nanotechnology and bio-molecular science applied to critical cardiac care.
 
The centre facilitates research and the development of new technology platforms thus accommodating the evolution of optimal therapeutic and diagnostic devices and systems. The Co-Directors of the Centre for Advanced Cardiovascular Research are Professor Omar Escalona at the University of Ulster and Dr. Ganesh Manoharan at the Royal Victoria Hospital.

 

Engineering Futures and Dr Steve Myers Talk

 
Monday 23rd of February 2015
 

Engineering Futures and Dr Steve Myers Talk

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Tuesday 10th of February 2015

Inaugural Professorial Lecture by Tony Byrne, Professor of Photocatalysis

Inaugural Professorial Lecture by Tony Byrne, Professor of Photocatalysis

When & where Wednesday, 22 October 2014 18:30 at the Jordanstown campus Lecture Theatre 9F03

NIBEC Lecture Series begins in mid - October

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