By Dr. Declan O'Regan
Reader in Imaging Sciences, MRC London Institute of Medical Sciences
Dr Declan O’Regan is a Consultant Cardiac Radiologist and Reader in Imaging Sciences at the MRC London Institute of Medical Sciences within Imperial College London. He leads the Institute’s Robert Steiner MRI Facility and is also Director of Imaging Research at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust. His research is focussed on applying machine learning approaches to clinical imaging for understanding the genetic basis of heart disease and predicting patient outcomes. His multidisciplinary research is supported by the British Heart Foundation, Medical Research Council, and National Institute for Health research. He has a number of research collaborations worldwide and has recently been awarded the Roentgen (RCR) and Rohan-Williams (RANZCR) travelling professorships for a series of international talks on the use of artificial intelligence in radiology.