QUANTUM IMAGING

ADVANCED DIAGNOSTICS

Quantum Imaging is a privately held medical device company based in the UK focused on the utilisation of advanced quantum principles in the rapid detection of potentially life threatening medical conditions in acute medical settings.

Research by Professor Ben Varcoe has led to the development of a portable and completely passive medical platform to detect and display the minute bio-magnetic signals associated with various tissues.  These signals can be used in a variety of medical applications and for the detection of a range of medical conditions.

Further Information

Interview: Prof Mark Kearney

Professor  Mark Kearney talks about current guidelines and their implications.

How it Works

View our short animation that shows how the product is used.

Interview: Dr Francis Morris

Dr Francis Morris talks about identifying patients with heart attacks.

Latest News

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Ian Watson joins the team

Ian Watson has joined the technical department here at Quantum Imaging as a Lead Electronics Engineer.  Having previously held roles at Ferranti, Thomson Sonar Systems, Ericsson, Marconi systems and Power Energy Solutions, Ian brings over 15 years’ experience working within Electronics Engineering. His expertise include low noise analogue; Multi-layer PCB design; CPLDs and FPGA designs … Continue reading Ian Watson joins the team

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Heart disease in the news

We are really pleased to see the clinical need we know to exist for fast and accurate detection and diagnosis in cardiology being highlighted by the national media. This is why Quantum Imaging is engaged in commercializing innovative, potentially life changing technology; to meet this need and cut diagnosis time to minutes for better patient outcomes. Click here for more information

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Research Engineer

For further information on the role please click here and to submit your CV please click here.

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Lead Software Engineer

For further information on the role please click here and to submit your CV please click here.