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Dr. Stephen Payne

Associate Professor at the institute of Biomedical Engineering, Department of Engineering Science

His work lies primarily in mathematical modelling and signal processing related to cerebral blood flow and metabolism with the main focus on cerebral autoregulation.  CV_Stephen Payne

Keywords

cerebral blood flow - haemodynamics - cerebral autoregulation

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Tamás István Józsa

Postdoctoral research assistant at the Institute of Biomedical Engineering, Department of Engineering Science.

His work aims to develop a numerical model of cerebral blood flow through the microvasculature. The purpose of the model is to compute the perfusion of brain tissue, identify ischemic regions, and predict tissue death and survival (WP5). CV_Tamás Józsa

Keywords

cerebral blood flow - haemodynamics - mathematical modelling

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Dr. Wahbi K. El-Bouri

 is a postdoctoral research assistant in the Cerebral Hemodynamics Group at the University of Oxford. His DPhil (PhD) thesis was in the realm of cerebral blood flow modelling, in particular with regards to drawing a link between the 'unseen', and hence clinically unmeasurable microcirculation, and the clinically measurable parameters from techniques such as MRI. His attempts at plugging this ‘imaging gap’ have continued into his postdoctoral research where he is currently involved in developing in-silico clinical trials of stroke treatment as part of an EU funded Horizon 2020 project, as well as working on methods to measure intracranial pressure non-invasively, and working on understanding the microvascular role in dementia and cognitive decline.Outside of research Wahbi teaches undergraduate engineering at Keble college, enjoys playing football, and writes short stories in his spare time.

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