Dr Amy Nelson
Senior Research Associate, High Dimensional Neurology Group
UCL Institute of Neurology
 

Dr Amy Nelson is a Senior Research Associate in the High Dimensional Neurology Group led by Dr Parashkev Nachev at UCL Institute of Neurology. She builds machine learning models for scheduling optimization at University College London Hospital (UCLH) and Great Ormond Street Hospital. Her recent work is on the prediction of MRI appointment no-shows, which highlights the dimensionality of complex behavior prediction and the need for high capacity modelling. She is also developing novel research impact metrics focused on translational outcomes at the National Institute of Health Research UCLH BRC. She obtained a medical degree and first class honors pharmacology degree from the University of Edinburgh, was a visiting student at Columbia University Biomedical Informatics Department with Professor Herbert Chase, and worked as a foundation doctor at UCLH.