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Celeste McCracken

MCom, GradDipCom, MSc

DPhil Student

  • Researcher
  • Statistician / Data Scientist

I hold several degrees from the University of Auckland (New Zealand) in statistics and computing, as well as an MSc in Data Science from Royal Holloway, University of London. I'm a fellow of the Royal Statistical Society.

After working as a Data Scientist in healthcare consulting, I made the change back to academic life in late 2019, working in advanced cardiovascular imaging with Professor Steffen Petersen at Queen Mary, University of London.

Now I'm a member of Oxford Centre for Magnetic Resonance working under Professor Stefan Neubauer, also working closely with Professor Tom Nichols within WIN FMRIB and the Big Data Institute.

My DPhil work involves researching linkages between heart, brain and liver using imaging-derived phenotypes within UK Biobank.