I completed my Bachelors in Biomedical Engineering at King's College London in 2015, during which time I worked on respiratory motion models for image-guided interventions. The following year, I completed a 12-month placement at Siemens Healthcare in Germany where I focused my research on image denoising and contrast enhancement techniques to improve device visibility in X-ray fluoroscopy sequences. I also acquired my MSc in Machine Learning at Imperial College London in 2017. There, I had the opportunity to work on a self-proposed project in tensor decompositions for large-scale data.
Now, I am pursuing a CDT in medical imaging with the hopes of applying statistical models of anatomy and function that automatically extract diagnostic and prognostic biomarkers from echocardiographic sequences.