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Dr Antonio Fratini

Senior Lecturer in Biomedical Engineering

School of Life & Health Sciences
Aston University
Aston Triangle
Birmingham
B4 7ET

Email: a.fratini@aston.ac.uk
Tel: +44 (0)121 204 3010

Research Group

Ophthalmic Research Group (ORG)


Research Centre

Aston Research Centre for Healthy Ageing (ARCHA) 


Teaching activity
Leader of the Biomedical Engineering Programme
Member of the International Foundation Programme

Outreach activity
Contact point for the Erasmus exchange program with the University Federico II of Naples



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 My interests are in the areas of biomedical instrumentation and data processing. My research has always been focussed on understanding how biomedical engineering can help to characterise and model physiological phenomenon that occur in the human body. 

With my talented team, I am developing techniques and technologies for a wide range of applications: from wearable medical devices to rehabilitation treatments, from biometric recognition to driver safety. 

2013 – present Member of IUC BOHNES - Interuniversity Centre of Bioengineering of the Human Neuromuscular System 

2010 – present Member of UMI (Italian Mathematicians Union)

2009- 2011 - Member of CNVR - Veneto Research Consortium’s Board of Directors

2007 – present Member of Italian Engineering Register - Sec. of Naples, Naples, Italy

2006 – present Member of Italian Bioengineering Group

2015 - Higher Educaton Academy Fellowship

2009 - Certificate of Merit - IEEE Award. IEEE - ITAB 2009 Larnaca, Cyprus

2008 - Certificate of Merit - IFMBE Young Investigation Award. IFMBE - EMBEC 2008 Antwerp, Belgium

2005 - XXI Bioengineering PhD Course grant. Alma Mater Studiorum University, Bologna, Italy

2002 - European Union Erasmus Project grant. European Course on Biomedical Engineering – Dept. of Medical Physics Patras University, Patras, Greece

Recent Publications