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I am a first-year PhD student working on the QMIN-MC study, analyzing neuroimaging data from memory clinic patients at Addenbrooke’s Hospital and other UK sites. My main interest lies in using quantitative MRI to detect changes in brain structure that are relevant to neurodegeneration, applying machine learning models to MRI data and translating our findings to memory clinics in order to provide advanced MRI protocols for patients. I’m also interested in microstructure imaging and in-vivo histology with quantitative MRI as well as in the topics of language and sleep. Outside of the lab you can find me rowing, learning French and working in science communication with the International/German Brain Bee.
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