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Ambre Bertrand

CDT Student

Born and raised a Londoner in a fully French family, I moved to Oxford for undergraduate studies where I completed my MEng in Engineering Science. During the last two years of my degree, I specialised in a mix of biomedical and information engineering, with my final year project focused on designing and building an accessible clinical software tool to process and analyse multi-modal MRI cancer data. During my summers I took up various research intern positions, including one at the Oxford Institute of Biomedical Engineering (IBME) working on image registration of MRI and another working alongside clinical and machine learning experts at Albus Health, a medical device start up, where I contributed to an automatic symptom detection pipeline for asthma patients. 

When I am not behind my computer screen, I love spending time in the great outdoors walking, cycling or rowing, and then settling in at home after for some heart warming cooking or baking.