Natalia Antropova

PhD student, Medical Physics

I am a Ph.D. student in in medical physics at The University of Chicago, working in Dr. Maryellen Giger's computer-aided diagnosis group. My research focuses on developing deep learning methods for clinical decision-making based on medical images. My current projects focus on breast cancer detection, diagnosis, and prognosis using dynamic contrast-enhanced magnetic resonance imaging. Prior to University of Chicago, I attended University of Wisconsin, Madison, where I received my B.S. degrees in applied mathematics and physics and a minor in electrical engineering. My previous research focused on developing methods for fetal position tracking with ultrasound.


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