Andrew J. Bulpitt

University of Leeds

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Andrew J. Bulpitt

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****@leeds.ac.uk

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Full Professor
University of Leeds (leeds.ac.uk)
2020Present
 
Lecturer
University of Leeds (leeds.ac.uk)
20012020
 
Researcher
University of Leeds (leeds.ac.uk)
19942001
 
PhD student
University of York (york.ac.uk)
19901993
 

Advisors, Relations & Conflicts

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Coauthor
Nigel John
****@chester.ac.uk
20082016
 
Coauthor
Fernando Bello
****@imperial.ac.uk
20082016
 
Coauthor
Pierre Villard
****@loria.fr
20082016
 
Coauthor
Franck Vidal
****@bangor.ac.uk
20082016
 
PhD Advisor
Nigel Allinson
****@lincoln.ac.uk
19901994
 

Expertise

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medical image analysis
1994Present
 
Machine learning
1994Present