Our researchCurrent postgraduate research projects

Tangible educational toys for children with type-1 diabetes

  • Charalampos Kyfonidis, supervised by Dr Marilyn Lennon and Prof Ian Ruthven

Indoor CO2 prediction for room occupancy estimation: how indoor environmental variables such as CO2, temperature, and humidity can be used to make our indoor environment safer, smarter and more energy efficient

  • Chika Ugwuanyi, supervised by Dr Marilyn Lennon, Dr Richard Bellingham (Institute for Future Cities) and Andrew Duncan (SwarmOnline)

Data linkage and analytics in ‘Closer to Home’: community initiatives to prevent frail, elderly hospital admissions in NHS Forth Valley

  • Cristina Martin, supervised by Dr Matt-Mouley Bouamrane, Dr Paul Woolman (NHS Forth Valley), Dr Kimberley Kavanagh (Mathematics and Statistics), and Dr David Young (Mathematics and Statistics)

The integration of technology for physical activity in youths with type-1 diabetes

  • Diane Cochrane, supervised by Dr Marilyn Lennon, Dr Alison Kirk, and Dr Fiona Mitchell

Developing real-time predictive algorithms for postoperative complications based on vital signs and laboratory results in critical care at Golden Jubilee National Hospital

  • Linda Lapp, supervised by Dr Matt-Mouley Bouamrane, Dr Kimberley Kavanagh (Mathematics and Statistics), Prof Stefan Schraag (Golden Jubilee National Hospital), and Dr David Young (Mathematics and Statistics)

Developing multi-modal methods to collect medical information from adults with mild learning disabilities

  • Ryan Gibson, supervised by Dr Mark Dunlop, Dr Marilyn Lennon and Dr Matt-Mouley Bouamrane

An investigation into mobile and smartwatch apps to support city mobility for people with Down’s syndrome

  • Al Majed Khan, supervised by Dr Mark Dunlop and Dr Marilyn Lennon

The role of social networks and social support in health & behaviour change

  • Salma Rayan, supervised by Dr Viktor Dorfler and Dr Marilyn Lennon

Intervention to support community-based reporting and integration of patient-reported outcome measures through the use of technology for dementia

  • David Kernaghan, supervised by Prof Roma Maguire, Dr Kieren Egan, Prof Marion Bennie

Prototyping a mental health app for teenagers in cognitive behavioural therapy

  • Dorothea Hinrichs, supervised by Dr Marilyn Lennon and Dr Diane Pennington

Examining the effect of patient-generated health data on health outcomes, to inform ways to use digital health to monitor or intervene or direct patient health

  • Newman Kyeremeh, supervised by Prof Roma Maguire, Prof Alex Mullen 

Tools to support quality of life decisions for Haemodialysis Patients

  •  Ramsay Meiklem, supervised by Dr Mark Dunlop and Professor Alexander Morton in collaboration with QEUH

Study of relationship between physical behaviour data and health outcomes

  • Craig Speirs, supervised by Dr Mark Dunlop and Dr Marc Roper