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Owen Dwyer

CDT Student

Before joining the Centre for Doctoral Training, I studied my undergraduate degree in Computer Science followed by a master's in Data Science at Lancaster University. My bachelor's dissertation focused on the applications of machine learning methods to network security and malware propagation. During my MSc I became interested in the applications of data science in healthcare, and completed a further dissertation in collaboration with the NHS in the North West of England, where I investigated novel datasets created from the combination of primary and secondary care data, and their potential for early detection of at-risk patients. My research interests are in the prediction of disease trajectories, and intelligent image-based reporting and patient records.