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Noble Group

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The Noble Group is led by Professor Alison Noble OBE FRS FREng. Our research interest is in biomedical image analysis, spanning cardiac magnetic resonance image analysis, to fetal ultrasound image analysis, to cell image analysis.

A particular focus for the group has been understanding the interplay of ultrasound device design (physics), clinical acquisition, and downstream image analysis and computer vision. Much of our recent work has concerned machine learning in ultrasound. We are interested in answering questions such as why is ultrasound scanning and interpretation hard to learn? How can we get computers to mimic what a skilled sonographer can do? What is the role of multi-modal analysis (such as eye-tracking and ultrasound video) in ultrasound imaging? And, can ultrasound be simplified (assisted by AI-assistive technologies) so that minimally trained clinical professionals can use it in non-traditional healthcare settings. Our research is motivated by unmet important clinical needs in developed world and developing world settings, and involves inter-disciplinary translational research collaborations with clinical groups from the UK and overseas.

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Join us! We're looking for a Senior Research Associate in Computer Vision to join our team. Closing date: 10th January https://t.co/VUgrC08Xv0

Prof Noble was delighted to give a Distinguished Speaker talk @ MDBS-CHE’21 on progress in ultrasound image analysis & opportunities in fetal echocardiography. Some great cerebro-cardiovascular health engineering research at this international meeting https://t.co/hfBmd6yeKL https://t.co/4wFEkKUzJk

RT @Garbhinicohort: 🥳🙌🏿🦾We are back! Following up on our last year's workshop on image analysis & #AI, we are excited to announce our upcom…

RT @Garbhinicohort: Join our workshop on #ArtificialIntelligence in #Healthcare with @UniofOxford @THSTIFaridabad. There are exciting keyno…