INFANT Designed Brain Injury Detection Device Secures Enterprise Ireland funding

By |2022-02-23T12:23:35+00:00February 23rd, 2022|

A research team led by University College Cork’s (UCC) Dr Mark O’Sullivan in the INFANT Research Centre has been awarded funding by Enterprise Ireland to commercialise a medical device that could transform how clinicians are able to detect newborn brain injuries. Presently, brain injuries in newborns account for 23% of all infant deaths and over [...]

INFANT Research Centre wins “Best application of AI in an Academic Research Body” in the National AI Awards 2021

By |2021-11-29T13:06:12+00:00November 26th, 2021|

The INFANT Research Centre at University College Cork has won the prestigious “Best application of AI in an Academic Research Body” award at this year’s National AI Awards. The AI Awards, hosted by AI Ireland and main sponsor Microsoft, are devoted to promoting AI in Ireland, with this year’s “Best application of AI in an [...]

PhD Profile: Kimia Rezaei on Developing Algorithms to Measure Abnormal Biosignals

By |2021-10-22T09:31:25+01:00October 22nd, 2021|

One of five PhD students to begin their studies at INFANT this semester, Kimia Rezaei comes to University College Cork with a great deal of academic and industry experience. After completing a Masters in electrical engineering at Islamic Azad University in Iran during 2014, Kimia sought out and secured a role with Sahand Parsian Gharb [...]