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Julia Schnabel, Prof
Julia Schnabel completed her MSc Computer Science at the Technical University of Berlin in 1994, and her PhD at University College London in 1998. After holding Postdoc positions at the University Medical Center Utrecht, NL, King’s College London and University College London, she joined the University of Oxford as Associate Professor in Engineering Science in 2017, and was promoted to full Professor in 2014.
In 2015 she joined King’s College London as Chair in Computational Imaging, where she heads the Department of Biomedical Engineering and directs a Centre for Doctoral Training in Medical Imaging at King’s and Imperial College London. Her research interests lie in multimodal image fusion, motion modelling and machine/deep learning, linking image acquisition, reconstruction and analysis, for a wide range of clinical applications. Julia is Program Chair of the MICCAI 2018 conference, directs an international medical imaging summer school, and is editorial board member of MedIA, IEEE TMI and TBME .
She is elected member of the MICCAI Society Board and the IEEE EMBS AdComm, and is invited member of the Inria Science Board and the EPSRC Strategic Advisory Team for Healthcare Technology. She has supervised over 20 PhD and leads a research group of 12 researchers.