medical applications

Enabling the collaborative research in Precision Health that is instrumental in the transition to preventative medicine

Joan Lasenby

Physical  Imaging  

Prof Lasenby's research interests include: 3D reconstruction from multiple cameras; human motion analysis; optical motion capture; applications of Geometric Algebra in engineering; non-invasive monitoring techniques in medical applications; sports engineering.

human motion analysis  sport engineering  medical applications  3D reconstruction  

Jason Tarkin

Cardiovascular Research  Medicine  

Dr Tarkin's current research programme aims to examine potential clinical translational applications of somatostatin receptor PET/MRI as a marker of inflammation for studying disease mechanisms, use in drug discovery and guiding novel therapies in high-risk patients with cardiovascular disease and large vessel vasculitis.

medical applications  cardiovascular  inflammation  drug discovery  

Mihaela van der Schaar

Physical  Applied Mathematics  

Prof van der Shaar's research develops cutting-edge machine learning & AI theory and methods, with the goal of improving healthcare and medical knowledge. Her team is one of the most impactful and diverse ones in the field, employing a wide range of ML approaches including deep learning, causal inference, AutoML, time series analysis, ensemble learning, and many more.

image processing  machine learning  medical applications  game theory  distributed systems