completed his MEng Degree in Medical Engineering at Queen Mary University of London in 2007. He worked on a project where he developed a device for balancing and measuring forces in the knee during Total Knee Athroscopy. He then held a Teaching Assisstant positioin at the same university for one year.
He is currently pursuing an EngD in Medical Devices sponsored by the EPSRC at University of Strathclyde, Glasgow. His interest in medical ultrasound led him to collaborate with IMSAT where is spends a great deal of time for his research.
Robert’s research topic is focusing on microscale ultrasonic diagnostic devices for MRI-guided in vivo biopsy.
- R.T. Ssekitoleko, C.E.M. Démoré, T.W. Button, S. Cochran, Progress in high resolution ultrasound towards in-vivo pathology. SINAPSE June 2010 (Poster),
- R.T. Ssekitoleko, C.E.M. Démoré, T.W. Button, S. Cochran, Progress in high resolution ultrasound towards in vivo pathology. SMIT September 2010 (Oral),
- Jack Hoyd-Gigg Ng, David Flynn, Yves Lacrotte, Marc P.Y. Desmulliez, Robert Ssekitoleko, Christine Démoré and Sandy Cochran. Progress towards the development of novel fabrication and assembly methods for the next generation of ultrasonic transducers ESTC 2010