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Welcome to CHI Lab Interns


A very warm welcome to CHI Lab’s three new interns who join us for the summer! From left to right above: Kori Rogers, Freya Allery, and Horatio Hamkins.

Kori Rogers is a finalist reading Engineering, Entrepreneurship and Management (EEM) at St. Hilda’s College, Oxford.  In his free time, he helps run The CleanUp, a student-run organisation that hosts music events in Oxford. He will research machine learning techniques to predict outcomes at birth for mothers and children using obstetric data - which he will continue for his final year (4YP) Engineering project. Kori is co-supervised by Dr Huiqi Lu and Heloïse Greeff.

Freya Allery is a final year undergraduate student at St. Johns College, Oxford studying Engineering Science, specialising in biomedical engineering.  Over the summer, she joins the "Pitch-In" project as a research intern, looking into the deployment of an "IoT" (Internet-of-Things) infrastructure to support patient flow in Emergency Departments.  Freya is co-supervised by Heloïse Greeff and clinical collaborator Dr Ravi Pattanshetty from Oxford University Hospitals.

Horatio Montero Hamkins is an upper-sixth form student at Magdalen College School, Oxford, where he is preparing for school-leaving exams. Horatio joins the CHI Lab to support their work on developing technologies to improve critical care for patients in Vietnam as part of our Wellcome Trust "Flagship Centre for ICU Innovations". He is co-supervised by Heloïse Greeff and clinical collaborator Dr Louise Thwaites from the Oxford Clinical Research Unit (OUCRU) in Vietnam.