Wenjia is a lecturer jointly at Data Science Institute and Department of Medicine, Imperial College London. His research focuses on developing novel image computing and machine learning algorithms for medical image analysis and applying the algorithms to clinical research. Currently, he is actively involved in the UK Biobank Imaging Study and UK Digital Heart Project.
Wenjia is in close collaboration with Prof. Daniel Rueckert and the Biomedical Image Analysis Group from Department of Computing, Prof. Paul Matthews, Dr Declan P O’Regan from Faculty of Medicine, Prof. Steffen Petersen from Queen Mary University London, Dr Andrew Kings, Dr Martin Bishop from King’s College London.
Previously, Wenjia worked as a research associate at Biomedical Image Analysis Group, Department of Computing, working with Prof. Daniel Rueckert. Prior to that, he did his D.Phil at Wolfson Medical Vision Laboratory, Department of Engineering Science, University of Oxford, under the supervision of Prof. Sir Michael Brady.
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