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Felix Jackson

DPhil student

The best outcomes for cancer patients result from detecting the cancer at an early stage. However, without a surgical biopsy this is currently very hard to do. I work on non-invasive methods of detecting cancer early, focusing on easily collectable data types, such as a CT scan or a blood sample. By using advanced computer modelling algorithms, we can identify new patterns in this data which may help us diagnose cancer at an early stage, when it is easier to treat.