Queen Mary University of London
Graham Davis began work on the development of X-ray microtomography (XMT) in 1988 shortly after beginning at the London Hospital Medical College (now part of Queen Mary University of London). Designing scanners and software algorithms with accuracies exceeding commercially available systems, he is well recognised in this area of development and has served on the European Standards Committee CEN/TC 138/WG 1/AH 1 Computed Tomography. He also serves as a program committee member for the "Developments in X-ray Tomography" conference held every 2 years as part of SPIE Optics and Photonics conferences. He is currently the lead for Imaging Sciences in the Centre for Oral Bioengineering, which includes electron microscopy, X-ray imaging, and facial scanning. His chief aim is to work alongside clinicians towards better understanding and treatment of dental conditions.