Dr Caroline Roney
MMath, MRes, PhD

 

Research Group News

March 2024

The Human-centric Innovation panel featured Dr Lorenzo Jamone and was presented by SEMS student Kameron.

SEMS student and academics present successful AI webinar series

28 March 2024

Across two weeks, Queen Mary Faculties worked together to produce a series of events looking at breakthroughs in Artificial Intelligence. Topics explored Queen Mary breakthroughs in finance, business, healthcare and ethics. SEMS student Kameron Young presented three of the sessions: AI and Heathcare featuring SEMS expert Dr Caroline Roney, talking … [more]

CBC Spark presenter, Nora Young

Discussing Digital Twins: Dr Caroline Roney on CBC’s Spark radio show and podcast

13 March 2024

On an episode titled ‘Predicting problems before they happen’, Dr Caroline Roney spoke about her research into Digital Twins, in particular, how they can be used to help understand atrial fibrillation. “Essentially, [a digital twin is] a copy of a human organ, human tissue or cells or, … [more]


February 2024

Hichem Taleb delivers a presentation as part of a two month internship at SEMS

New summer internships programme launched

14 February 2024

As part of a faculty-wide initiative to address systemic underrepresentation of UK BAME students at Postgraduate level, SEMS funded two BAME undergraduate student summer internships. The successful students took part in a variety of work, gaining a broad understanding of research skills and methods as well as academic and industry-based … [more]

Yewande Akinola

International Day of Women and Girls in Science: Ten Engineers you should know

10 February 2024

1. Yewande Akinola “Engineering is about finding solutions that improve people’s lives” Yewande Akinola is Innovation Lead at Laing O’Rourke and a television presenter. Her work focusses on sustainable water supplies, finding solutions for water sanitation in under-developed countries. She founded Global Emit Project, mentoring … [more]


December 2023

Dr Caroline Roney

The Future of Cardiac Digital Twins

5 December 2023

Dr Caroline Roney, Reader in Computational Medicine, recently featured in an episode of The Naked Scientists Podcast. In this insightful interview, she delved into the groundbreaking realm of digital twins and their pivotal role in revolutionizing the diagnosis and treatment of cardiac disorders. During the podcast, Dr Roney illuminated the … [more]


September 2023

Lujain Musafir, Saskia Hale, Aylish Moore and Semhar Misghina (from left to right)

School celebrates student achievements at IMechE awards

14 September 2023

This week, six BEng/MEng Biomedical Engineering students were selected to present their final year projects at the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE) Healthcare Technologies Student and Early Career Awards. Queen Mary's representation included four poster presentations and two oral presentations, given by Saskia Hale, Lujain Musafir, Haipeng Liang, … [more]


July 2023

Digital Health Workshop

Queen Mary's Innovative Digital Health Collaboration Workshop: A Landmark Confluence of Minds in Healthcare AI

18 July 2023

Queen Mary University of London (QMUL), University College London and Imperial College London. hosted a successful Multi-scale & Multi-modality Digital Health Collaboration Workshop on Tuesday, 18th July. Supported by the local organising team of QMUL's Digital Environment Research Institute (DERI) and Centre for Bioengineering, this event brought together an … [more]


June 2023

Celebrating International Women In Engineering Day

Celebrating the Inspiring Women Engineers at QMUL

23 June 2023

On International Women in Engineering Day on 23 June 2023, we celebrate the remarkable accomplishments of Women In Engineering worldwide, who tirelessly contribute to improving and saving lives. This year, we turn our attention to the exceptional female engineers at the School of Engineering and Materials Science. These women embody the qualities … [more]


February 2023

A Night of Science and Engineering in the Octagon

Celebrating Science and Engineering at Queen Mary University of London

14 February 2023

On 8 February, Queen Mary’s Faculty of Science and Engineering was joined by a host of distinguished guests to celebrate A Night of Science and Engineering. Professor Wen Wang, Vice-Principal and Executive Dean for Science and Engineering welcomed all with a speech about the Faculty’s ambitions, and … [more]


October 2022

Credit: Istock.com/metamorworks

New group to advance digital twins in healthcare

19 October 2022

Researchers from Queen Mary University of London are part of a consortium of nineteen partners that will aid personalised healthcare by using virtual copies of objects. EDITH (Ecosystem for Digital Twins in Healthcare) Coordination and Support Action (CSA) – a group made up of numerous internationally renowned research institutions, professional … [more]


June 2022

Atrial Digital Twins. [Caroline Roney]

Queen Mary Science and Engineering researchers awarded UKRI Future Leaders Fellowships to tackle heart irregular heart rhythms and explore turbulence in space plasma

15 June 2022

Dr Caroline Roney and Dr Christopher Chen are among 84 promising leaders awarded fellowships totalling £98 million.  The fellowships support the most promising science and research leaders to tackle major global issues and to commercialise their innovations in the UK. Professor Wen Wang, Queen Mary's … [more]