Artificial Intelligence for Medical Image Analysis

Bram Ruijsink

Bram Ruijsink received his Medical Degree at Utrecht University. He obtained a PhD at the School of Biomedical Engineering and Imaging Sciences at King’s College London in 2018, with his thesis focussing on the use of new exercise cardiac MR imaging, biomechanical modelling, and artificial intelligence techniques to better understand heart failure in patients with heart failure. He is currently a clinical research fellow at the Department of Cardiovascular Imaging in the school, and a resident in cardiology at the University Medical Centre Utrecht,, the Netherlands. His current research work focusses on translating AI-based technologies to clinical support tools to improve diagnosis and predict disease progression of heart failure using cardiac imaging.