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Dr Joseph Jacob
Appointment
  • Principle Research Fellow
  • Respiratory Medicine
  • Div of Medicine
  • Faculty of Medical Sciences
Biography

Joseph qualified in medicine from Imperial College London, and following early training years in London and the South East, he worked for Medecins sans Frontieres for 2 years in Darfur, Sudan and India. He underwent radiology training at Kings College  Hospital, London and Auckland City Hospital, New Zealand before completing an MD Research with Imperial College London under Professor David Hansell at the Royal Brompton Hospital in 2016.


His primary research interest has been in the use of computer tools to quantify lung damage. He was awarded a 5-year Wellcome Trust Clinical Research Career Development Fellowship in 2018 at University College London, to evaluate the role of computer analysis of CT imaging to detect lung cancer screening populations. Other research interests, based at the Centre for Medical Image Computing at University College London relate to the use of computer-analysis of CT imaging in fibrosing lung diseases and airways diseases. He has co-authored over 45 papers, won national and international awards for his work and was awarded the 2017 best these prize by the National Heart and Lung Institute.


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Research Summary

Joseph has been evaluating computer analyses of lung damage on CT imaging for over 5 years with an emphasis on lung fibrosis and its evolution over time.  He works at the Centre for Medical Image Computing, University College London, with a talented team of computer scientists where advanced machine learning techniques are used to identify and quantify lung damage.


Teaching Summary

Joseph has delivered over 30 invited lectures around the world including as a keynote speaker. As well as discussing contemporary research topics he also lectures on the fundamentals of image interpretation across a variety of lung diseases. 

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