Imperial College London

Ms Claire Baker

Faculty of EngineeringDyson School of Design Engineering

Research Assistant
 
 
 
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Contact

 

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Location

 

Dyson BuildingSouth Kensington Campus

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Summary

 

Overview

The AutoTriage project investigates whether on-board vehicle sensors could be used to predict the severity of Traumatic Brain Injury within Road Traffic Collisions. The combined expertise between the Transport Research Laboratory's automotive Engineering, Safety & Technology sector and Imperial College London's Medical & Dyson Design Engineering Schools allows for a unique, industry led approach to improving the clinical outcome for road users involved in Road Traffic Collisions. 

Approach

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AutoTriage encompasses a multifaceted approach to link the physical cause of a road traffic collisionto the injury outcome. Detailed case-by-case computational reconstruction of road traffic collision from evidence at the scene is used to model the effect of the external forces on the brain which cause Traumatic Brain Injury. Large-scale data-driven analysis of the GB Road Accident In-Depth Studies (RAIDS) enables the big picture relationship between real world accidents and patient outcomes to be understood.

The drive and technical support provided by the Transport Research Laboratory in conjunction with the computational and clinical expertise provided by Imperial College London's Department of Medicine and Computational Cognitive Clinical Neuroimaging Lab ensures that the end goal of improving outcome from such accidents is kept in focus at all times. To read more about the partnership please click here.

Links

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My PhD research is supported by the Transport Research Laboratory. To read more about the partnership please click here.

My LinkedIn profile can be found here.