Dr Chen (Cherise) Chen is a Research Associate 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 developing robust, reliable deep learning algorithms for medical image analysis. Currently, she is involved in the SmartHeart Programme in the UK. She is also currently working as a part-time research scientist at Heartflow.
Chen received her Ph.D. degree in Computing Research from Imperial College London in January 2022. She received her MSc degree in Advanced Computing from Imperial College London in 2016 and BEng degree in Internet of Things Engineering from Harbin Institute of Technology in 2015. She was a recipient of the China National Scholarship in both 2013 and 2014. Chen has also worked for InferVISION (Beijing) -- a medical artificial intelligence startup, for one year as a research scientist in 2017.
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