Studies are sponsored by the University of Liverpool, UK. Site updated 21st August 2017.

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Screening for hip dysplasia causes international debate.

 

The SHINE study is developing a new way to detect hip dysplasia in babies. The quest is to identify a way of detecting hip dysplasia that does not involve a specialist with an ultrasound machine. We are developing a noninvasive test that is reproducible with minimal training. We can't tell you too much yet - but watch this space!

The Team

Prof Andy Shaw

Professor of Engineering, Liverpool John Moores University.

 

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Dr Badr Abdullah

Senior Research Engineer, Liverpool John Moores University.

Gary Johnstone
Trials Manager
University of Liverpool
Mr Dan Perry
NIHR Clinician Scientist & Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon
Alder Hey Hospital
Emma Hughes
Innovation Manager, 
The Innovation Hub, 
Alder Hey Hospital

Contact

Gary Johnstone
Trials Manager
University of Liverpool
shine@liverpool.ac.uk