Dr Karim studies cardiac big data using computational analysis for knowledge discovery and for gaining new insights into cardiac diseases. It also involves writing research software that require deep scientific information and visualisation of such data
He obtained a PhD in image analysis from the Department of Computing at Imperial College London. He is an Honorary Lecturer at Imperial College London.
His major works include visualising atrial fibrosis in MRI datasets, algorithm evaluation for left atrial wall thickness and measuring myocardial infarction. He has also proposed 2D maps of the heart by reducing its 3D geometric dimensions into 2D for harmonising its different shape variations.
et al., 2016, Three-Degree-of-Freedom MR-Compatible Multisegment Cardiac Catheter Steering Mechanism, Ieee Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, Vol:63, ISSN:0018-9294, Pages:2425-2435
et al., 2016, Evaluation of state-of-the-art segmentation algorithms for left ventricle infarct from late Gadolinium enhancement MR images, Medical Image Analysis, Vol:30, ISSN:1361-8415, Pages:95-107
et al., 2015, The Effect of Contact Force in Atrial Radiofrequency Ablation, Jacc: Clinical Electrophysiology, Vol:1, ISSN:2405-500X, Pages:421-431
et al., 2015, A randomized prospective mechanistic cardiac magnetic resonance study correlating catheter stability, late gadolinium enhancement and 3 year clinical outcomes in robotically assisted vs. standard catheter ablation., Europace, Vol:17, Pages:1241-1250
et al., The Effect of Contact Force in Atrial Radiofrequency Ablation : Electroanatomical, Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance, and Histological Assessment in a Chronic Porcine Model, Jacc: Clinical Electrophysiology