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Benjamin Villard

Kellogg College

CDT Postgraduate Studentship in Healthcare Innovation (RCUK Digital Economy Programme grant number EP/G036861/1)
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Current Research

Assessing myocardial infarction with state-of-the-art Magnetic Resonance Imaging

After myocardial infarction, early clinical decisions are key to reduce the risk of sudden death and maximise functional recovery. Cardiac Magnetic Resonance imaging is becoming a crucial tool to assess myocardial infarction patients and inform best treatment. This project aims at developing image analysis tools to quantify risks and predict the development of the heart in the weeks to months that follow, facilitating the choice of an optimal treatment to eventually reduce the burden of the disease.