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Dr Alaleh Rashid Nasab
Appointment
  • Research Associate
  • Metabolism & Experi Therapeutics
  • Div of Medicine
  • Faculty of Medical Sciences
Biography
2002-2007, BSc (Hons) Electrical Engineering, University of Tehran, Iran.
2008-2009, MSc (Distinction) Medical Imaging, University of Surrey, UK.
2010-2014, PhD Thesis title: Simulation of breast lesions in X-ray mammography, University of Surrey, UK.
2014-2015, Research associate, Medical Imaging Research Center, KULeuven, Belgium.
2015-untill present, Research associate, Institute of Nuclear Medicine, UCL, UK. 


Research Summary

My PhD Thesis was focused on simulation of breast lesions in X-ray mammography and development of virtual clinical trial tools for assessment of new breast imaging technologies as a part of OPTIMAM project in collaboration with RSCH NHS Trust and several groups in the UK and Europe.
During my post-doc at KULeuven I worked on Comadis project in collaboration with Barco and UGent developing virtual clinical trials for assessment of an advanced medical display and the impact on lesion detection task.
At INM, I work on various projects including software development for PET/CT image analysis in collaboration with GSK, PET reconstruction algorithms and PET/MR motion correction.

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