Research overview

Medical imaging techniques like computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging measure changes in anatomy and function in the living body, without the need for invasive procedures. In my current research, I use these techniques to measure biological changes within tumors during initial stages of treatment. Because these changes may indicate response to therapy, I am also collaborating with physicists to develop models that predict therapeutic outcome based on the acquired imaging data.

  1. Measuring structural and functional changes within tumors during radiotherapy
    • Collaborators: Dr. Benjamin Irving 
  2. Developing predictive models of radiotherapy response based on cellular heterogeneity 
    • Collaborators: Dr. Marcin Paczkowski and Prof Helen Byrne, Mathematics