Sumeet is a clinical oncology specialist registrar. He is among the first cohort of students to be awarded PhD funding by the UKRI Artificial Intelligence for Healthcare Centre for Doctoral Training at Imperial College London. His work focuses on radiomics and deep-learning in lung cancer and he is leading the OCTAPUS-AI study. In response to COVID-19 he co-authored a grant application which was awarded £70,000 by the Royal Marsden Cancer Charity for a sub-study exploring the use of AI to distinguish COVID-19 and other infections from cancer-therapy related lung changes.
Sumeet is also a member of the Royal College of Radiologist’s Faculty of Clinical Oncology’s AI and Digital Health working group and co-chair of the RCR’s Oncology Registrar’s Forum. Prior to specialty training in clinical oncology, he was a National Medical Director’s Clinical Fellow at NHS Improvement where he worked on a number of projects including workforce, professional medical leadership and cancer care.
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