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I began my PhD in September 2015 after completing my undergraduate degree, during which I undertook projects in automating the identification, and predicting the growth, of cancerous tumours in the head and neck; and modelling the human spine. I am a member of the Alzheimer’s Society Doctoral Training Centre at Exeter and I am supervised by Dr David Llewellyn (UEMS), Prof Richard Everson (CEMPS) and Dr Elzbieta Kuzma (UEMS). In particular, my PhD research explores the use of advanced computational modelling for the differential diagnosis of dementia, with a view to inform the debate about the optimal diagnostic categories for dementia; and my current research interests include machine learning, image processing and real-world problems.
I am also a teaching assistant for the following undergraduate modules:
ECM1408 Programming for Science (2015-16)
ECM1410 Object-Oriented Programming (2015-17)
ECM2423 Artificial Intelligence & Applications (2015-16)
ECM1400 Programming (2016-17)
Please see my LinkedIn profile for more information.
2015 MSci Computer Science and Mathematics (University of Exeter)