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Manav Bhushan


D.Phil. Candidate (final year)Manav Bhushan

Institute of Biomedical Engineering

Department of Engineering Science

University of Oxford

Old Road Campus Research Building

Oxford, OX3 7DQ, UK




I am currently pursuing a DPhil at Oxford University under the supervision of Dr. Mark Jenkinson, Dr. Julia Schnabel and Sir Michael Brady. I am working in a cancer research project and my specific area of interest is mathematical modelling on data from dynamic contrast-enhanced MRI scans in order to distinguish between responders and non-responders to chemo/radiotherapy.





  1. M Bhushan, JA Schnabel, LN Tanner, F Gleeson, JM Brady, M Jenkinson. Simultaneous Bayesian Estimation of Motion and Pharmacokinetic Parameters in dceMRI Sequences for Discrimination of Responders in Colorectal Cancer. In Proc. International Symposium for Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (ISMRM) 2012.

  1. M Bhushan, JA Schnabel, MP Heinrich L Risser, M Brady, M Jenkinson. Motion Correction and Parameter Estimation in dceMRI sequences: Application to Colorectal Cancer. Proc. Medical Image Computing and Computer Assisted Intervention (MICCAI) 2011.

  1. MP Heinrich, M Jenkinson, M Bhushan, T Matin, F Gleeson, M Brady, JA Schnabel. Non-local shape descriptor: A new similarity metric for deformable multimodal registration. Proc. Medical Image Computing and Computer Assisted Intervention (MICCAI) 2011.

  1. Manav Bhushan. Simulating quantum processes using classical structures. VDM Publishing 2011.


Scholarships received:


  • Have been awarded a Studentship by the Oxford Cancer Imaging Centre (which covers all University and College fees at International rate, and includes a stipend to cover all expenses for 3 years starting January 2010) to read for a DPhil in the Engineering Sciences Department at Oxford University.

  • Was awarded the BPCL scholarship to pursue higher studies abroad for the year 2008-09.