I am a senior research machine learning engineer in the Health Futures group. My work within the Biomedical Imaging team focuses on translating artificial intelligence research into clinical practice.
Prior to joining Microsoft, I worked as a research engineer in the Centre for Neuroimaging Research at the Paris Brain Institute. Then, I moved on to UCL and King’s College London for my PhD in Medical Imaging, where I applied artificial intelligence to improving the treatment of epilepsy.
I am a strong supporter of open-source software, and a recurrent contributor to multiple open-source projects. When not staring at a computer screen, I can be found playing football or trumpet.
Further details on my work can be found in my Google Scholar and GitHub profiles.