Chen (Cherise) Chen is a Research Assistant/PhD student in Computing Department at Imperial College London (ICL), where she is working closely with Prof. Daniel Rueckert and Dr. Wenjia Bai. Her main research interest lies in medical image analysis, in particular, cardiac image analysis. Currently, she is involved in the SmartHeart Programme in the UK.
Prior to that, she worked for InferVISION (Beijing) -- a medical AI startup for one year as a research engineer and project manager. In 2016, she received her master degree in Advanced Computing from Imperial College London. Before that, she did her bachelor study in Harbin Institute of Technology in China, majored in the Internet of Things Engineering and graduated as an honour graduate in 2015. During her bachelor study, she was a recipient of the China National Scholarship in both 2013 and 2014.
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