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Access the Expert Seminar Series | Healthcare in the AI Age | 24 October 10am to 11am

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October 24, 2023
School of Electronics, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
10:00 - 11:00

Are you in the healthcare industry?
Is your business using Artificial Intelligence (AI) or considering doing so?
Are you interested in AI-driven discovery, diagnostics, or clinical support systems?

If any of the above are relevant to you, come join us for our Chief Executives’ Club Access the Expert event on ‘Healthcare in the digital age’.

This seminar will provide an opportunity to hear from our experts at Queen’s University Belfast and discuss specific areas of interest for you and your company, in a small group setting.

This event will take place on Tuesday 24 October from 10.00am to 11.00am and will include a Q&A session after the presentation.

Please note that this will be a small roundtable, informal event. Spaces will be limited only to CEC members and University partners, and will be allocated on a first come first served basis.

Please RSVP by Monday 16 October at 12.00pm to  indicating any special dietary requirements.

If there is a particular topic of interest to you or your company that you would like the new Access the Expert series to cover, please send it to us using the linked form.

Speaker information:

Professor Iain Styles

My main research interest is the development of new computational and mathematical approaches to model and understand complex biological phenomena and their relationship with human health and disease. I am especially interested in finding out what molecules are implicated in a disease and identifying where they go and what they do when they get there.

To do this, I develop techniques for extracting knowledge from large imaging datasets, employing a range of techniques from both artificial intelligence and classical mathematical modelling. Most recently I have been interested in the role of generative AI in synthesising realistic biomedical images and in quantifying the extent to which these can be trusted. I have worked in close collaboration with several large pharmaceutical companies and instrument manufacturers.


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Name Emma Murphy
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