UCD Medical Device Design Group Members Ellen Cahill and Muthu Thangaramanujam presented their PhD research to date at the 21st Annual Conference of the Bioengineering Section of the Royal Academy of Medicine in Ireland.
Ellen Cahill, a first year PhD student, gave a poster presentation titled ‘Engineering Material Considerations for Microneedle Applications in Sensing and Delivery’.
Muthu Thangaramanujam, also a first year PhD student, gave a poster presentation titled ‘From 3D Gait Analysis to 3D Printing: Leveraging Gait Analysis and Radiology to Design Patient Specific, Anatomically Accurate Lower Limb Prostheses’
The conference took place in the Carton House Hotel, Maynooth, Co. Kildare from 16th – 17th January 2015. The Bioengineering in Ireland Conference is established as one of Ireland’s longest-running and most active research conferences in engineering and science, and brings together multidisciplinary researchers working across a range of applications targeted at improving health and healthcare.