Fellows
2017-2018

Ahmed Elzein Mohamed

 

Piers Milner

 

Sarujan Ranjan

 

Erfan Soliman

 

Tristan Whitmarsh

 

Ti Xu

 

2016-17 Alumni

Mikesh Udani

 Mikesh is a recent MSc in Computer Science from University of Oxford. Before coming to Oxford, he completed his undergraduate and masters degrees in Mathematics and Computing and worked with Deutsche Bank for 3 years in their Fixed Income Derivatives Trading team. He specializes in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, and has worked on a variety of applications of machine learning in audio and speech data. At Deutsche Bank he performed quantitative risk analysis on portfolios of financial products and lead IT and infrastructure projects for the team.

Mikesh's current interests are in applications of technology to solve problems in healthcare. His recent work was on risk stratification and drug design for Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy using machine learning. 

 

William (Il Hoon) Do

Will is a junior doctor passionate about improving healthcare through technology. He graduated from medical school at the University of Oxford in 2014, then worked for 2 years in Portsmouth in a wide variety of clinical settings, including the Emergency Department, Acute Medicine, Surgery and Psychiatry, Care of the Elderly and Transplant Surgery. He also co-founded and led ‘Hospital in Hand’ in Oxford, an app that delivers important information for the daily work of junior doctors. 

His other interests include medical education and public health, and has been in teams awarded national prizes to deliver healthy lifestyle advice teaching to junior doctors in Oxfordshire, as well as for organising public health workshops to engage BME (Black and Minority Ethnic) communities in Portsmouth. 

John-Paul Moszynski

J-P graduated with a degree in Physics from the University of Prince Edward Island in 2008 where he spent the majority of his time in the electronics lab. He has since worked as an engineer in both professional and academic settings which has allowed him to gain experience in a range of areas including electronics, programming and manufacturing. He now hopes to apply these skills to the improvement of healthcare.

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Fellows
2017-2018

Ahmed Elzein Mohamed

 

Piers Milner

 

Sarujan Ranjan

 

Erfan Soliman

 

Tristan Whitmarsh

 

Ti Xu

 

2016-17 Alumni

Mikesh Udani

 Mikesh is a recent MSc in Computer Science from University of Oxford. Before coming to Oxford, he completed his undergraduate and masters degrees in Mathematics and Computing and worked with Deutsche Bank for 3 years in their Fixed Income Derivatives Trading team. He specializes in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, and has worked on a variety of applications of machine learning in audio and speech data. At Deutsche Bank he performed quantitative risk analysis on portfolios of financial products and lead IT and infrastructure projects for the team.

Mikesh's current interests are in applications of technology to solve problems in healthcare. His recent work was on risk stratification and drug design for Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy using machine learning. 

 

William (Il Hoon) Do

Will is a junior doctor passionate about improving healthcare through technology. He graduated from medical school at the University of Oxford in 2014, then worked for 2 years in Portsmouth in a wide variety of clinical settings, including the Emergency Department, Acute Medicine, Surgery and Psychiatry, Care of the Elderly and Transplant Surgery. He also co-founded and led ‘Hospital in Hand’ in Oxford, an app that delivers important information for the daily work of junior doctors. 

His other interests include medical education and public health, and has been in teams awarded national prizes to deliver healthy lifestyle advice teaching to junior doctors in Oxfordshire, as well as for organising public health workshops to engage BME (Black and Minority Ethnic) communities in Portsmouth. 

John-Paul Moszynski

J-P graduated with a degree in Physics from the University of Prince Edward Island in 2008 where he spent the majority of his time in the electronics lab. He has since worked as an engineer in both professional and academic settings which has allowed him to gain experience in a range of areas including electronics, programming and manufacturing. He now hopes to apply these skills to the improvement of healthcare.