Dr Andrew Dowsey (MEng PhD) - personal details
Role: CADET Bioinformatics Research Lead
Centre for Advanced Discovery and Experimental Therapeutics (CADET), Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust,
Manchester M13 9WL
Centre for Advanced Discovery and Experimental Therapeutics (CADET),
Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust,
Reader in Biomedical Signal Processing & Informatics, School of Electrical Engineering, Electronics & Computer Science, University of Liverpool.
Bioinformatics Research Lead, Centre for Advanced Discovery and Experimental Therapeutics, Institute of Human Development, University of Manchester and Central Manchester Foundation Trust, Manchester Academic Health Sciences Centre.
Honorary Hamlyn Fellow, Institute of Global Health Innovation, Imperial College London.
Associate Editor, IEEE Journal of Biomedical and Health Informatics.
2012 - 2015, Lecturer in Medical Bioinformatics, Institute of Human Development, University of Manchester.
2008 - 2011, EPSRC Overseas Fellowship at the Life Sciences Interface, Institute of Biomedical Engineering and Hamlyn Centre, Institute of Global Health Innovation, Imperial College London (also Visiting Fellow at University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Centre and University College Dublin).
2005 - 2007, Postdoc in Image Analysis for MRI/CT, Royal Society / Wolfson Medical Image Computing Laboratory, Imperial College London.
2001 - 2005, PhD in Image Analysis for Proteomics, Royal Society / Wolfson Medical Image Computing Laboratory, Imperial College London (supervisors Prof. Guang-Zhong Yang and Prof. Mike Dunn).
1997 - 2001, MEng in Computing (Software Engineering), 1st Class Honours, Imperial College London.
MRC [MR/L011093/1]: A holistic statistical modelling approach to quantitative discovery proteomics and metabolomics for underpinning integrative systems medicine (PI, NIRG)
BBSRC [BB/L018616/1]: Unifying metabolome and proteome informatics (PI)
BBSRC [BB/K016733/1]: Streaming 3D visualisation platform for raw and analysed data from proteomics and metabolomics repositories (PI)
BBSRC [BB/L018454/1]: ProteoFormer - a software toolkit for top-down proteomics (Co-PI)
MRC [MR/L010445/1] (Co-I)
Fight for Sight (Co-I)
Alzheimer's Research UK (Co-I)
BBSRC [BB/K004158/1]: Signal-based image registration and mixed modelling for differential analysis of large scale cross-omics datasets (PI)
EPSRC [EP/E03988X/1]: High-throughput differential expression proteomics, Overseas Fellowship at the Life Sciences Interface (PI)
Awards and Esteem
2013, IEEE ICHI contribution amongst seven papers invited for extended publication in Special Issue of 'Artificial Intelligence in Medicine' (to appear).
2012, University of Manchester Investing in Success Grant.
2007, Wellcome Trust Value in People Grant.
2007, CORDA Research Poster Prize, Hounsfield Lecture.
2006, Young Investigator Award, 9th International MICCAI Conference, contribution amongst eight papers invited for extended publication in Special Issue of 'Medical Image Analysis'.
2004, Final Year PhD Presentation Prize, Department of Computing, Imperial College London.
2001, MEng Dissertation Prize, Department of Computing, Imperial College London.