Dr Claire L. Walsh

Claire's main research theme is developing imaging techniques to validate and develop computational models of biological systems. As validation of a computational model can require a wide range of different approaches Claire has research interests in numerical modelling as well as imaging, image processing and tissue phantom design. 

Claire has worked for the past four years in the field of 3D fluorescent microscopy, developing instruments, experimental protocols and image analysis pipelines to image large tissue volumes at high resolution. Recently she moved into X-ray phase contrast imaging of human organs and has been developing imaging processing pipelines to deal with the huge datasets produced by this technique. These include applying Machine Learning approaches to image segmentation and multi-modal image registration. 

Claire L. Walsh