My primary research interests are in image processing and analysis, statistical modelling and reduced order modelling, and machine learning. A key component of my research is to attempt to bridge the gap between modellers and clinicians to develop models that can be easily understood from a clinical point of view. My goal is to derive models of cardiac phenomena to complement clinical measures to provide indicators to aid with diagnosis and therapy planning.
In January 2010 I completed a Master of Science degree in Mathematics at Massey University, New Zealand. For my one year research project, the New Zealand Ministry of Fisheries sponsored me to study the population dynamics of the flatfish stock in conjunction with the National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research (NIWA).
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