Academy Fellows

Dr Krit Dwivedi

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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.




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