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Data vs Dementia

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Maxine Mackintosh on early intervention to prevent cognitive decline and the One HealthTech community. Maxine Mackintosh is a PhD student at University College London working at the intersection of data science and dementia. Her PhD involves mining medical records for new predictors for dementia. She is passionate about understanding how we might make better use of routinely collected data to improve our cognitive health. Alongside this, she is the co-founder of One HealthTech – a community which champions and supports underrepresented groups, particularly women, to be the future leaders in health innovation. Her professional work has led her to the...
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In Computational Combat Against Microbial Resistance

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Victoria Carr on gene sequencing, women in tech and getting out there. Victoria Carr is a Bioinformatics and Data Science PhD Researcher at King's College London. She is currently investigating antimicrobial resistance and developing a risk score method from sequenced metagenomes. She is the founder of Researc/hers Code, a community showcasing the talents of women and individuals of diverse backgrounds working on computational research. Previously, she was president for King's College London at the Innovation Forum. So, you work in computational genomics. Can you tell us about the field and your research? Computational genomics is using computer science to understand more...
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