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Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics

Anna Breger is a senior postdoctoral researcher in the Cambridge Image Analysis Group at the DAMTP, University of Cambridge (UK) and a member of the global COVID-19 AIX-COVNET collaboration where she is focusing on research with X-Ray data. Moreover, she is holding the prestigious Hertha Firnberg fellowship funded by the Austrian Science Fund. With that she is leading the research project iDeal based at the Medical University of Vienna, focusing on image data visualisation and evaluation.

Her current main interests are applications of mathematical image processing in medical problems and beyond, including research on data representations, dimension reduction and image quality assessment.

 

Publications

A pipeline to further enhance quality, integrity and reusability of the NCCID clinical data
A Breger, I Selby, M Roberts, J Babar, E Gkrania-Klotsas, J Preller, L Escudero Sánchez, AIX-COVNET Collaboration, JHF Rudd, JAD Aston, JR Weir-McCall, E Sala, C-B Schönlieb
– Sci Data
(2023)
10,
493
Navigating the development challenges in creating complex data systems
S Dittmer, M Roberts, J Gilbey, A Biguri, I Selby, A Breger, M Thorpe, JR Weir-McCall, E Gkrania-Klotsas, A Korhonen, E Jefferson, G Langs, G Yang, H Prosch, J Stanczuk, J Tang, J Babar, L Escudero Sánchez, P Teare, M Patel, M Wassin, M Holzer, N Walton, P Lió, T Shadbahr, E Sala, J Preller, JHF Rudd, JAD Aston, CB Schönlieb
– Nat. Mac. Intell.
(2023)
5,
681

Research Group

Cambridge Image Analysis

Room

F1.04