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DEVELOPING THE

LATEST TECHNOLOGy

for minimally-invasive surgeries

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DEVELOPING THE

LATEST TECHNOLOGy

for minimally-invasive surgeries

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Oxford Heartbeat technology for minimally-invasive surgery


More efficient and effective surgeries

Oxford Heartbeat technology for minimally-invasive surgery


More efficient and effective surgeries

We develop technology to make minimally-invasive surgeries more efficient and effective

We develop medical device software that makes planning for surgeries simpler, faster and more accurate. It enables surgeons to unlock and visualise crucial information in preparation for surgery, to see what is happening inside blood vessels, travel through tissues and bones and provides unprecedented visibility for keyhole surgeries. With the combined power of predictive computations, big data and AI, we provide a unique solution for rehearsing procedures and choosing the best surgical scenario for each individual patient in advance. Better preparation means reduced complication rates and associated costs, as well as better patient care.

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Cerebral aneurysm angiogram


More efficient and effective surgeries

Cerebral aneurysm angiogram


More efficient and effective surgeries

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Import of patient medical imaging data

We import the sequence of the 2D imaging data of the patient. 

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Automated anatomy reconstruction

We automatically build accurate 3D representation of the patient's blood vessel tree.

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Simulation of realistic stent behavour

We model realistic mechanical behavior of stent devices and their interactions with blood vessels.

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Specialists in 3D modelling


Meet the team

Specialists in 3D modelling


Meet the team

Dr Katerina Spranger
Founder and CEO
Katerina is the Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering. She holds a PhD in Biomedical Engineering from the University of Oxford and was previously a researcher in AI at the Sony Computer Science Laboratory in Paris.
Dr Liya Asner
R&D Lead
Liya holds a PhD in Scientific Computing from the University of Oxford and previously worked for 5 years as a researcher in cardiac biomechanics and data-driven modelling at St Thomas’ Hospital, King's College London.
Alister Lam
Lead Software Engineer
Alister has 20+ years experience of leading technical development in numerous software development projects, including at Philips Semiconductors.
Katarina Demeter
Medical Law Paralegal
Katarina is in charge of regulatory matters and patient & public involvement. She is a LLB graduate from the University of Warwick and is currently a postgraduate student in Medical Law and Bioethics at King’s College London.
Dr Michail Tsakalakis
Image Processing Engineer
Michail holds a PhD in Computer Engineering from Wright State University, USA, and afterwards worked for 2 years as a research engineer in medical imaging and signal processing before joining OxHB.
Professor Yiannis Ventikos
Scientific Advisor
Yiannis Ventikos is the Kennedy Professor and the Head of the Mechanical Engineering Department, University College London. He is a leading specialist in medical devices design and optimisation.
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