Sanome is delighted to announce that Dr Andrew Creagh, PhD (Oxon.), has joined the team as Lead AI/ML Scientist. Andrew joins Sanome from the University of Oxford, where he is concurrently a visiting researcher in Digital Health & AI/ML.

Andrew’s research at Oxford has aimed to explore how digital health and clinical applications of AI/ML (machine learning) can act as powerful tools to learn complex and unseen digital patterns of disease, to help remotely monitor and identify signs of deterioration before they occur, and to understand new facets of habitual disease and disease phenotypes.

Andrew was awarded his DPhil (PhD) in Clinical Machine Learning for Digital Health at the University of Oxford. Prior to his DPhil, Andrew hold’s a bachelor’s degree (BAI, BA) in Biomedical Engineering and master’s degree (MAI) in Neural Engineering from Trinity College Dublin, the University of Dublin. His research at Trinity investigated the use of machine learning techniques to predict the onset of dementia in later life, through the characterisation of gait and cognitive performance from routine clinical assessments conducted during the Irish Longitudinal Study on Aging (TILDA).

As the recipient of the prestigious William James Award for Early Career Researchers at Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET), as voted for by his peers, and a STEM for Britain Medal, as voted by sitting MPs, for his work developing the smartphone app Draw-A-Shape; Andrew’s dynamic background and passion for the field of digital health is something we are sure is a near-perfect fit.

We have the immense privilege to be working with Andrew as part of the Sanome team as we continue developing early warning systems, and bespoke tools with clinical utility for hospital partners domestically and internationally.

We look forward to sharing more soon, but for now you can follow Dr Creagh on twitter @apcreagh or explore his many publications at 

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