M Jorge Cardoso

Congratulations to Dr M. Jorge Cardoso, who has been successful at interview and accepted the position of Lecturer in Quantitative Neuroradiology for the Department of Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering at UCL. We are grateful to have his continued hard work for the group, department and the University. 

Jorge completed his PhD at UCL in 2012, after which he continued work as a Post-Doctoral Research Associate at UCL with the Translational Imaging Group. 

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Bayesian model selection for pathological neuroimaging data applied to white matter lesion segmentation, Sudre, C.H., Cardoso, M. ; Bouvy, W. ; Biessels, G.J. ; Barnes, J. ; Ourselin, S., IEEE TMI 2015, DOI: 10.1109/TMI.2015.2419072 

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Geodesic Information Flows: Spatially-Variant Graphs and Their Application to Segmentation and Fusion, Cardoso, M.J., Modat, M. ; Wolz, R. ; Melbourne, A. ; Cash, D. ; Rueckert, D. ; Ourselin, S., IEEE TMI 2015, DOI: 10.1109/TMI.2015.2418298

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CRAS seeks to give a clear view on the status and recent trends of assistive surgical robotic technologies. See for more information. Tom Vercauteren will reprensent TIG and GIFT-Surg in the organizing commitee.

A new public website has been launched for GIFT-Surg, the collaborative research project aiming to develop breakthrough instrumentation and imaging solutions for fetal therapy and surgery, at

This lunchtime Dr Marc Modat, an academic lecturer from the Translational Imaging Group, is delivering a lecture at UCL for the Department of Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering, on the subject of 'Medical Image Registration for Neuroimaging Biomarkers Extraction' 

Researchers from the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital (RNOH) and the Translational Imaging Group presented innovative new findings in orthopaedic research to an audience of 30,000 at the annual meeting of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons last week. Professor Alister Hart’s 10 strong research team from RNOH presented a total of 24 papers at the back-to-back meetings of the conference, which was held in Las Vegas, US, Tuesday 24th March – Saturday 28th March.The centrepiece of their work is a collaboration with the Translational Imaging Group.

The first edition of the UCL Medical Image Computing Summer School (MedICSS) aims to allow young scientists from the international community to engage with world renowned experts in a diverse range of medical image computing topics and learn about the state-of-the-art in the field. In addition to lectures by scientific and clinical leaders, every day will include activity-based learning through interactive breakout sessions which will foster interaction among the participants, critical thinking and scientific discovery.