Leeds Microbubble Consortium

Leeds Microbubble Consortium

School of Physics and Astronomy


The work brings together engineers, physicists, chemists and cancer specialists from across the University to work on the technique of using small gas filled bubbles to deliver anti-cancer drugs directly to a tumour, using ultrasound to image the bubbles as well as promoting delivery of the drug.

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City’s Cancer Breakthrough

3 November 2017

The microbubble work has been highlighted on the front...


Adam Churchman wins prestigious poster prize at MicroTAS 2016 conference, Dublin, Ireland

13 October 2016

We are delighted to announce that Adam Churchman, a 3rd year PhD student in the...

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