Artificial intelligence-driven management of brain tumours 

Artificial intelligence-driven management of brain tumours 

Approximately 25,000 patients are diagnosed with a brain tumour every year in the UK. Meningiomas and pituitary adenomas are the first and third most common primary tumour, accounting for over 50% of all primary brain tumours. Brain metastases affect up to 40% of...
Imaging microbial infections via novel gallium-68 labelled aptamers

Imaging microbial infections via novel gallium-68 labelled aptamers

It has been estimated that more than 10 million deaths per year will occur by 2050 due to antimicrobial resistance (AMR). Therefore, there is an urgent need to develop novel infection-specific imaging techniques that can be translated into the clinical practice as...

Mapping Brain Connectivity using Deep Learning Tractography 

Mapping the structural connectivity of the human brain is one of the main goals of modern neuroscience. Diffusion MRI tractography is the only method that allows researchers probing white matter connections in-vivo, making it a unique tool for research and clinical...

CARdiac and Placental imaging in pregnancy (CARP) 

Gestational hypertensive disorders, with preeclampsia (PE, incidence 4-7%) at their extreme end, are a leading cause of maternal death and a major cause of perinatal mortality and morbidity. They also come with a lifelong increased risk for cardiovascular disease. The...