Ben Metcalfe - new lecturer in bioelectronics

Posted in: Healthcare applications

Dr Ben Metcalfe has recently been appointed to the post of Lecturer within the Department of Electronic & Electrical Engineering at the University of Bath.

Ben holds a PhD in biomedical microelectronics and has research interests in many areas of low-power signal processing for biomedical applications. Recent work has included the design of implantable neural recording interfaces for detecting bladder fullness in patients with spinal cord injury using CMOS technology. His interests focus on the device-level integration of novel sensing payloads with efficient data fusion and processing. Other projects include biologically inspired neuronal models and computing platforms, as well as the design of multi-array sensors for a wide range of biomedical applications.


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