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Our goal is to develop powerful predictive & prognostic software tools for breast cancer which is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in New Zealand women.

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It is projected that smoking will kill one billion people this century. Electronic cigarettes (ECs) were developed as a smoking cessation tool, however their health effects are unknown.

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Imagine electroadhesive pads that enable robots to walk up walls, or elastomer artificial muscles that move when electric charge is placed on them.

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The ability to collect human gait in the real world could inform design and control assistive devices in the workplace or at home.

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One of the greatest factors limiting the performance of robots today is the motors that drive them. Help us design a motor the way a muscle is structured.

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Prostate cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in New Zealand men. This project is to investigate the correlation between mpMRI and PET.

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Study strategies for device design & delivery protocols while incorporating the differences between children & adult lungs that are not normally considered.

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Safe and damage or injury-free interaction between conventional hard robots and delicate objects remains a challenge.

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Aims to develop an improved endoscopic mapping device to determine if gastric electrical dysrhythmias are present in patients with functional dyspepsia.

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Develop an intelligent preoperative planning software system for defining anatomically accurate graft tunnel locations in ACL reconstruction surgery.

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We are currently running two research studies at Auckland City Hospital, cardiac pressures and 3D + time whole heart images in a single heartbeat and a second study focuses advanced echocardiography techniques, as well as advanced MRI techniques.

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Seeking to design, construct, and validate an anatomically-specific high-resolution electrode array to map the gastro-intestinal junction across the pylorus.

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