Bio Medical Imaging Physics

Bio-medical Imaging Physics is a specialized area in Physics, which handles the techniques and processes of non-invasive visualization or representations of the inner body. Those images help to diagnose pathological conditions and to understand functional behaviors. Some of the techniques used are, Computed Tomography (CT), Magnetic resonance Imaging (MRI) and Ultrasound imaging (US).

Group Members


Dr. Janaka Wansapura


Dr. Kithsiri Jayananda

Hiran Jayaweera

Dr. Hiran Jayaweera

Graduate Students


Mr. Amal Pattividana


Ms. Monika Madhavi

Undergraduate Students

Hasith Perera

Isuru Gunarathne.

Research Activities/Ongoing research

  • Early detection of Chronic kidney disease using ultrasound imaging
  • Human organ segmentation using Magnetic resonance images

Financial Support

  • National Research Council, Sri Lanka
  • University of Colombo

Research Links and Collaborations

  • Faculty of Medical and Allied Sciences, Rajarata University, Sri Lanka
  • National Hospital, Colombo, Sri Lanka
  • Teaching Hospital Anuradhapura, Sri Lanka
  • University of Cincinnati, Ohio