Portrait of Dr  Christopher Costa

Dr Christopher Costa

PhD Student (2010-2014), Research Associate (2015)

Research interests

Research Experience
2015 Research Associate – University of Kent
‘Advanced in-vivo imaging for stratified medicine: A functional OCT ophthalmoscope’
2014 – 2015 Research Associate – University of Kent
‘Combined AO-SLO/SSOCT dual wavelength system for high-resolution in-vivo microscopy and ophthalmoscopy’
ERC Advanced Grant.


2010-2014 PhD in Physics – The University of Kent
‘A rigorous study of the application of adaptive optics in optical coherence tomography (OCT) and scanning laser ophthalmology (SLO) for the purpose of high resolution in-vivo eye imaging’
2009-2010 MSc Hons in Biomedical Imaging – The University of Kent
Personal Final Project – ‘Evaluating the application of genetic programming techniques for medical image segmentation’
2003-2007 BSc Hons in Computer Science – The University of Kent

Last updated 27th July 2020