Dr Martin Menten recently joined the BioMedIA group as a postdoctoral researcher. Working together with Professor Daniel Rueckert, he is exploring the use of deep learning to advance the understanding and diagnosis of age-related macular degeneration, the leading cause of blindness in the elderly.
Previously, he received his PhD in physics from the Institute of Cancer Research in 2018. In the team of Professor Uwe Oelfke, he researched strategies to adapt external beam radiotherapy to anatomical changes in real-time in order to increase cure rates and reduce side effects of cancer treatments.
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