I am interested in using Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), digital twins and AI to understand and improve the treatment of cardiac disease.
Some of the questions I am currently investigating are:
- Can we use machine learning (neural networks) to infer the properties of the heart from measurements of electrical potential at its surface? For this, we use Physics-Informed Machine Learning (read our latest paper).
- How do the atria deform is the propagation of electrical signals in the heart affected by the mechanical deformations it undergoes? (New paper coming out soon!)
- What clinical information can we extract from cardiac MRI with the help of machine learning? (Read our latest example on automatically quantifying fat around the heart.)
If you are a non-scientist, you may be interest in our app to demonstrate how you may be able to treat cardiac arrhythmias (Android only).
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