Mr Nicholas Byrne Byrne received his MPhys degree in Physics from the University of Warwick in 2011. Through 2014 he completed the Scientist Training Programme at King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, obtaining an MSc in Medical Physics at KCL and gaining registration as a clinical scientist in medical physics. He continued studying at KCL obtaining an MRes in clinical research in 2015. During and since this time, Nick has been employed by the Medical Physics department at Guy's and St. Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust. He helped develop the department’s 3D printing facility, establishing research projects in paediatric cardiology and living donor renal transplant. In 2018, he began an NIHR-sponsored doctoral research fellowship under the supervision of Dr Andrew King and Prof Giovanni Montana and in conjunction with the School of Biomedical Engineering and Imaging Sciences. His work focuses on the use of deep learning methods to segment congenital heart anatomy from CMR images.