New study improves monitoring of treatments for multiple sclerosis patients

Pioneering research in Multiple Sclerosis (MS) set to collect patient data under ‘real life’ conditions to improve monitoring of treatments and disease progression Over 100,000 people have MS in the UK with around 5,000 newly diagnosed every year Research could help clinicians monitor condition more accurately for first time and assess effectiveness of treatments I...
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Sachin Prabhu

Sachin completed a Masters in Intelligent Systems in 2014 at the VT University, India. His masters dissertation focused on model predictive control theory. In 2014 he started a PhD at the department of ACSE, The University of Sheffield. His doctoral research focuses on theoretical advances in structure constrained matrix factorisation for statistical inference. In Septe...
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Gianluca Ascolani

  Dr Gianluca Ascolani is a Post-Doctoral Research Associate on the Proof of Concept project for Work Pacakge 5- Cell Model of the MultiSim project at the University of Sheffield. He received his doctorate in Physics from the University of North Texas (USA) at the Center for Nonlinear Science on complex systems and anomalous diffusion. He worked for the CNRS at the Univ...
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Sahand Zanjani-pour

Dr Sahand Zanjani-pour Postdoctoral Research Assistant Proof of concept project within Work Package 7 of Multisim. The  project that I am working on aims to develop a realistic mouse knee’s FE model capable of growing as observed experimentally and, potentially, propose a new mechanoregulation algorithm for bone and cartilage growth derived by means of constrained optimisa...
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Pioneering workshop on the resilience of complex engineering systems hosted at the University of Sheffield

    On 18 January 2018, EPSRC’s MultiSim Frontier Engineering Award and the ENCORE network hosted a joint workshop that explored new ideas on how to use multi-scale modelling in complex engineering systems to improve resilience and function. The workshop was attended by over 50 leading engineers, statisticians, clinicians and early career researchers. As ...
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