Glasgow Brain Injury Neuroinformatics Advanced Research Group (G-BINARy)
The Glasgow Brain Injury Neuroinformatics Advanced Research Group is collaboration between scientists (Computer Science, Mathematics, Neuroscience & Clinical Physics) and Neuro clinicians (Neurosurgery, Neuro-Intensive Care and Neuropathology).
Our aim is to improve the acute clinical management of brain injured patients through the novel development and application of advanced computational, artificial intelligence and knowledge discovery methods to high resolution physiological monitoring and clinical management data collected from patients managed within neuro intensive care and neurospecialist wards.
Research interests of the group include:
- Traumatic Brain Injury
- Cerebrospinal Fluid Disorders
- Intracranial Pressure Monitoring
- Artificial Intelligence
- Patient Monitoring Equipment
- Patient Data Collection and Analysis
For further details see: www.gbinary.org
Postgraduate Research Degree Applications
After discussions with your proposed Supervisor, applications should be submitted using the University of Glasgow Online Application System. Please select the following subject title: Clinical and Surgical Sciences. Find Further information on PGR Clinical and Surgical Sciences.