Artificial Intelligence for Medical Image Analysis

Nhat Phung

Nhat Phung received his BSc degree in medicine in 2018 and ultrasound technician in point-of-care ultrasound in 2019. He worked on clinical trials and ultrasound-related studies for 2 years at Oxford University Clinical Research Unit (OUCRU) then moved to research into artificial intelligence in medical imaging on the VITAL (Vietnam ICU Translational Applications Laboratory) project, focusing in particular on ultrasound image classification, segmentation, quantification and AI-guidance in ultrasound imaging. In 2020, he was awarded a King's College London-OUCRU scholarship funded by Wellcome Innovations Flagships and is currently a PhD student under the supervision of Dr Andrew King, Prof Reza Razavi and Dr Alberto Gomez. His PhD project aims at investigating the clinical utility and usability of AI-enabled ultrasound technology in a resource-limited ICU setting.