Aaron Kujawa

Aaron Kujawa

Research Associate

King's College London, United Kingdom

Aaron joined KCL as a research associate to work on the development of segmentation algorithms for a type of benign tumour called Vestibular Schwannoma. He has obtained a PhD from UCL in medical physics working on new MRI sequences and data analysis methods for Chemical Exchange Saturation Transfer (CEST). Previously, he completed a Master’s degree in physics at the University of Heidelberg during which he worked on B1-mapping methods for a 7T human scanner at the German Cancer Research Centre (DKFZ).

  • Machine Learning
  • Medical Physics
  • Segmentation