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New UCL centre launched in Autumn 2020 uses tools such as machine learning to analyse currently unused intensive care data to find clues that will improve the care of critically ill adults and babies

Researchers at CHIMERA (Collaborative Healthcare Innovation through Mathematics, EngineeRing and AI) are examining anonymised data from 40,000 patients at University College London Hospital (UCLH) and Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH), to develop a better understanding using mathematical modelling of how people’s physiology changes during ill health and recovery. This new understanding will in turn provide new ideas for how critically ill patients can best be cared for.

 

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About us

Read more about how our centre aims to advance understanding of physiology and impact patient treatment and care

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Our team

We've bought together an interdisciplinary team of mathematicians, statisticians, computer scientists, clinicians and engineers

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Find out about exisiting opportunities to work at our centre at UCL and other ways to collaborate with us

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