Machine learning assisted stroke neuroimaging
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- PhD students, Masters by Research
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- Medicine and Radiology
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Summary Assessment of stroke neuroimaging is increasingly complex. Machine learning assisted (decision support system) will likely enhance clinical decision making to the greater benefit of stroke patients.
Neuroimaging of acute stroke and other cerebrovascular disease involves advanced modalities including CT perfusion and MRI. Assessment of images generated by advanced modalities is subject to significant inter-rater disagreement, leading to errors in clinical decision making. This is compounded by the variable levels of expertise in clinical staff especially in the rural regions.
Machine learning takes advantage of training algorithms to "read scans like an expert" by iterative procedures involving large data sets. We have been working in this field for some years and have developed the infrastructure to test and validate novel algorithms. The aim is to develop machine learning assisted tools to remove inter-rater disagreement and improve prediction of clinical outcomes after stroke.
PhD students, Masters by Research
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