Completed 4th year research project
on the effect of stochastic resonance in non-linear biological systems.
Mathematical interests include:
Boundary Layer Theory
Biomedical image analysis
Multi-modality image fusion
Anatomical statistical shape models
Blood vessel analysis and extraction
Non-academic interests include:
I have completed research project in statistical shape models of cardiac anatomy. We aimed to build an atlas which was representative of statistical variance in anatomy across a clinical cohort. By doing so we hoped to find statistically significant modes of variation which could identify members of the cohort with Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy.
I have also completed a project in the analysis of preclinical tumour vasculature using a multimodal imaging approach. By combining high resolution structural information with the functional information gathered in a necessarily lower resolution we hope to shed light on the correspondance between vasculature and metabolic activity in the tumour. In addition to this we perform an analysis of the structure of vasculature extracted from the high resolution scans and track changes in this structure longitudinally in response to therapy.
DPhil research project in multimodal analysis of tumour vasculature in the group of Julia Schnabel.
Left Ventricular Shape Characterized by Computational Meshes: Improved Discriminative Power, Shape Symposium 2014, Delemont
Stochastic resonance in an intracellular genetic perception Phys. Rev. E 89, Russell Bates, Oleg Blyuss and Alexey Zaikin