Imperial College London
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Role in the project
Imperial will support the development of explainable AI models for predicting individual risk of adverse cardiac events. The team will focus on the development of adaptable algorithms that can continue to learn and are robust to changes in the real-world clinical environment, such as the introduction of novel imaging technology.
Ben Glocker is Professor in Machine Learning for Imaging at the Department of Computing at Imperial College London. He is the Kheiron Medical Technologies / Royal Academy of Engineering Research Chair in Safe Deployment of Medical Imaging AI. He also leads the HeartFlow-Imperial Research Team and is Head of ML Research at Kheiron. His research is at the intersection of medical imaging and artificial intelligence aiming to build safe and ethical computational tools for improving image-based detection and diagnosis of disease.