My research interests are in medical image analysis and computational modelling. At Oxford, I am part of a multidisciplinary collaborative project looking at functional imaging of the lung using hyperpolarised xenon MRI. Our aim is the the development of new clinical markers for better assessment of lung function and patient outcome through the combination of image analysis and pulmonary computational modelling.
Research Associate, Translational Imaging Group, University College London
Research Assistant, Department of Computer Science, University of Oxford.
Research Associate, Oxford e-Research Centre.
DPhil, Life Sciences Interface Doctoral Training Centre, University of Oxford.
Software Engineer and Senior Software Engineer, Voxar Limited / Barco Medical Imaging Systems, Edinburgh.
MSc in Modern Applications of Mathematics, University of Bath.
MPhys in Mathematical Physics, University of Edinburgh.
A combined image−modelling approach assessing the impact of hyperinflation due to emphysema on regional ventilation–perfusion matching
KS Burrowes‚ T Doel‚ M Kim‚ C Vargas‚ J Roca‚ V Grau and D Kay
In Computer Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering: Imaging & Visualization. No. ahead−of−print. Pages 1–17. 2015.
Review of automatic pulmonary lobe segmentation methods from CT
Tom Doel‚ David J Gavaghan and Vicente Grau
In Computerized Medical Imaging and Graphics. October, 2014.
Computational modeling of the obstructive lung diseases asthma and COPD
Kelly Burrowes‚ Tom Doel and Chris Brightling
In Journal of Translational Medicine. Vol. 12. Pages S5–S5. 2014.