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Gabriel Davis Jones

BSc (Hons), MD

  • PI Group: Dr Manu Vatish

My interests are in the development and practical application of mathematical models and machine learning technologies to women's health, particularly maternal-fetal medicine. I am particularly interested in augmenting human clinical agents in electronic investigative systems, such as electronic fetal monitoring/cardiotocography, ultrasound and electroencephalography.

I completed my undergraduate degree in neuroscience with an additional honours year focusing on engineering high-throughput rapid acquisition systems for capture and automated analysis of connectomic systems. I subsequently undertook a Doctor of Medicine (MD) with rotations at the University of California, the University of Oxford and the Charité in Berlin. At present, I am a Clarendon Scholar at The Queen's College and a recipient of the Alan Turing Institute's Enrichment Scheme.

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