Medical Imaging

EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training


Christopher Bowles


I previously studied Computing at Imperial College London, and for my Masters project I looked into automatic analysis of foetal cinematic MRI scans. This work motivated me to join the CDT so as to work further in this area, with my particular interests lying in computer aided automatic analysis of medical images. 

Having now completed my PhD titled "Image Synthesis in Medical Imaging", I am taking part in a Knowledge Exchange Program organised by MedIAN. I will be applying and developing some of the methods I have worked on in my PhD to new work in the context of cardiac magnetic resonance imaging, particularly the imputation of missing data using generative adversarial networks.

Project: Machine Learning for Differential Diagnosis of Dementia from multi-modality MR and PET imaging

Christopher Bowles