Opportunity details

Making the invisible visible – Explore how doctors see inside the body and create collaborative works of art

Have you ever had a medical scan (CT, MRI, ultrasound etc.)? We want to hear from you

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Full description:

UCL is working with artists Arieh Frosh & Ed Compson on a workshop to explore your experience of medical imaging.
On signing up, we’ll ask some questions so we can get to know you. We are seeking a diverse range of people & only have room for a limited number of participants.
We will contact you to confirm attendance, and shortly after, send through a workshop plan of activities and topics we will explore during the session, in addition to any related workshop materials.


Date from

10th May 2022

Date to

19th June 2022



The Wellcome / EPSRC Centre for Interventional and Surgical Sciences (WEISS) aims to ensure that innovative engineering solutions are reaching the clinic to benefit patients. To do this we combine the strength of University College London’s engineering and clinical sciences


Making invisible visible.pdf



All of health care



Involvement type:

All of research

What support is offered?

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If you're selected to take part, you will receive a £50 thank you for your time and input.


Included in above payment

Can the work be done from home?


Suitable for a beginner?