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UCL Great Ormond Street Insitute of Child Health
30 Guilford Street
Mr JAI SIDPRA profile picture
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  • Div of Medicine
  • Faculty of Medical Sciences

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Jai is an MBPhD student at the UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health supervised by Professor Darren Hargrave and Professor Tom Jacques. His PhD project, supported by Cancer Research UK and University College London, takes a machine-learning driven approach to correlate the WHO CNS5 classification with patient outcome and digital pathology with the aim of augmenting diagnostic accuracy, predicting prognosis, and stratifying treatment modalities.

Prior to joining the MBPhD programme, Jai undertook part of his medical training at University College London and completed an intercalated BSc with honours in Mathematics, Computers, and Medicine. His research interests also include developmental hindbrain malformations, in particular the Dandy-Walker phenotype, and abusive head trauma.

Teaching Summary

Jai is Programme Co-Ordinator of the American Society of Pediatric Neuroradiology's International Teaching Network and Academic Co-Ordinator of the Society of Pediatric Neuroimaging.

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