Dr Krit Dwivedi

by | 22 Jul 2022 | Academy fellows | 0 comments

Dr Krit Dwivedi.Overview

I graduated from University of Nottingham in 2015 with a BMBS and BMedSci (Hons).

Keen to develop my academic interest in Radiology, I moved to Sheffield for the Academic Foundation Programme and designed a study which won the Editor’s Choice award for the leading sub-speciality journal.

In 2017, I successfully attained an Academic Clinical Fellowship (ACF) in Radiology in Sheffield, where I continued to develop and merge my clinical and research interests.

At the end of my ACF in 2020, I secured the 4ward North Clinical Research Training Fellowship.

Alongside attaining my PhD, my project involves developing a cardiothoracic AI algorithm which can automatically evaluate the extent of lung disease on Chest CT.

Key collaborators 

  • Dr Andrew Swift, Prof David Kiely (University of Sheffield, UK)
  • Prof Eric Hoffman (University of Iowa, USA)

Specialty interest/techniques 

  • Artificial intelligence in medical imaging
  • Pulmonary hypertension
  • Cardiothoracic imaging
  • Chest CT, cardiac MRI

Career aspirations

Clinical academic in cardiothoracic imaging with a special interest in artificial intelligence approaches to medical imaging.