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Julia Camps

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Julia Camps

Research Associate


Wolfson Building, Parks Road, Oxford OX1 3QD


My research interest is the intersection between data-driven and mechanistic representations of the human heart for the realisation of precision cardiology. My research focuses on developing inference and machine learning technologies that enable the generation of digital twins of the human heart for the realisation of precision medicine through in silico trials.

My publications demonstrate examples of how data can be combined with expert knowledge to augment its information compared to traditional machine learning approaches.

All the tools developed during my research are publicly available.


I graduated as an Informatics Engineer at the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya in 2014. After one year in industry, I enrolled in the Master's in Artificial Intelligence at the same university (2015-2017), followed by a DPhil in Computer Science at the University of Oxford (2017-2021) within the Computational Cardiovascular Science research group under the supervision of Prof Blanca Rodriguez. During my PhD, I developed statistical methods for the generation of cardiac digital twins from multimodal clinical data to improve therapeutical and diagnostic decision-making. In May 2021, I started my current post-doc with Prof Blanca Rodriguez on investigating the mechanisms that explain disease progression in post-myocardial infarction using cardiac digital twins.

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