Search Results for author: Neil P. Oxtoby

Found 13 papers, 8 papers with code

A coupled-mechanisms modelling framework for neurodegeneration

no code implementations10 Aug 2023 Tiantian He, Elinor Thompson, Anna Schroder, Neil P. Oxtoby, Ahmed Abdulaal, Frederik Barkhof, Daniel C. Alexander

We account for the heterogeneity of disease by fitting the model at the individual level, allowing the epicenters and rate of progression to vary among subjects.

Feature Importance Model Selection

Expectation Maximization Pseudo Labels

1 code implementation2 May 2023 MouCheng Xu, Yukun Zhou, Chen Jin, Marius de Groot, Daniel C. Alexander, Neil P. Oxtoby, Yipeng Hu, Joseph Jacob

In the remainder of the paper, we showcase the applications of pseudo-labelling and its generalised form, Bayesian Pseudo-Labelling, in the semi-supervised segmentation of medical images.


Data-Driven Disease Progression Modelling

no code implementations1 Nov 2022 Neil P. Oxtoby

Intense debate in the Neurology community before 2010 culminated in hypothetical models of Alzheimer's disease progression: a pathophysiological cascade of biomarkers, each dynamic for only a segment of the full disease timeline.

Learning Morphological Feature Perturbations for Calibrated Semi-Supervised Segmentation

1 code implementation19 Mar 2022 Mou-Cheng Xu, Yu-Kun Zhou, Chen Jin, Stefano B Blumberg, Frederick J Wilson, Marius deGroot, Daniel C. Alexander, Neil P. Oxtoby, Joseph Jacob

We propose MisMatch, a novel consistency-driven semi-supervised segmentation framework which produces predictions that are invariant to learnt feature perturbations.


Ten years of image analysis and machine learning competitions in dementia

no code implementations15 Dec 2021 Esther E. Bron, Stefan Klein, Annika Reinke, Janne M. Papma, Lena Maier-Hein, Daniel C. Alexander, Neil P. Oxtoby

Key for increasing impact in this way are larger testing data sizes, which could be reached by sharing algorithms rather than data to exploit data that cannot be shared.

BIG-bench Machine Learning

MisMatch: Calibrated Segmentation via Consistency on Differential Morphological Feature Perturbations with Limited Labels

2 code implementations23 Oct 2021 Mou-Cheng Xu, Yukun Zhou, Chen Jin, Marius de Groot, Neil P. Oxtoby, Daniel C. Alexander, Joseph Jacob

The state-of-the-art SSL methods in image classification utilise consistency regularisation to learn unlabelled predictions which are invariant to input level perturbations.

Image Classification Image Segmentation +4

Learning To Pay Attention To Mistakes

1 code implementation29 Jul 2020 Mou-Cheng Xu, Neil P. Oxtoby, Daniel C. Alexander, Joseph Jacob

We compared our methods with state-of-the-art attention mechanisms in medical imaging, including self-attention, spatial-attention and spatial-channel mixed attention.

Image Segmentation Medical Image Segmentation +1

The Alzheimer's Disease Prediction Of Longitudinal Evolution (TADPOLE) Challenge: Results after 1 Year Follow-up

4 code implementations9 Feb 2020 Razvan V. Marinescu, Neil P. Oxtoby, Alexandra L. Young, Esther E. Bron, Arthur W. Toga, Michael W. Weiner, Frederik Barkhof, Nick C. Fox, Arman Eshaghi, Tina Toni, Marcin Salaterski, Veronika Lunina, Manon Ansart, Stanley Durrleman, Pascal Lu, Samuel Iddi, Dan Li, Wesley K. Thompson, Michael C. Donohue, Aviv Nahon, Yarden Levy, Dan Halbersberg, Mariya Cohen, Huiling Liao, Tengfei Li, Kaixian Yu, Hongtu Zhu, Jose G. Tamez-Pena, Aya Ismail, Timothy Wood, Hector Corrada Bravo, Minh Nguyen, Nanbo Sun, Jiashi Feng, B. T. Thomas Yeo, Gang Chen, Ke Qi, Shiyang Chen, Deqiang Qiu, Ionut Buciuman, Alex Kelner, Raluca Pop, Denisa Rimocea, Mostafa M. Ghazi, Mads Nielsen, Sebastien Ourselin, Lauge Sorensen, Vikram Venkatraghavan, Keli Liu, Christina Rabe, Paul Manser, Steven M. Hill, James Howlett, Zhiyue Huang, Steven Kiddle, Sach Mukherjee, Anais Rouanet, Bernd Taschler, Brian D. M. Tom, Simon R. White, Noel Faux, Suman Sedai, Javier de Velasco Oriol, Edgar E. V. Clemente, Karol Estrada, Leon Aksman, Andre Altmann, Cynthia M. Stonnington, Yalin Wang, Jianfeng Wu, Vivek Devadas, Clementine Fourrier, Lars Lau Raket, Aristeidis Sotiras, Guray Erus, Jimit Doshi, Christos Davatzikos, Jacob Vogel, Andrew Doyle, Angela Tam, Alex Diaz-Papkovich, Emmanuel Jammeh, Igor Koval, Paul Moore, Terry J. Lyons, John Gallacher, Jussi Tohka, Robert Ciszek, Bruno Jedynak, Kruti Pandya, Murat Bilgel, William Engels, Joseph Cole, Polina Golland, Stefan Klein, Daniel C. Alexander

TADPOLE's unique results suggest that current prediction algorithms provide sufficient accuracy to exploit biomarkers related to clinical diagnosis and ventricle volume, for cohort refinement in clinical trials for Alzheimer's disease.

Alzheimer's Disease Detection Disease Prediction

Degenerative Adversarial NeuroImage Nets for Brain Scan Simulations: Application in Ageing and Dementia

no code implementations3 Dec 2019 Daniele Ravi, Stefano B. Blumberg, Silvia Ingala, Frederik Barkhof, Daniel C. Alexander, Neil P. Oxtoby

To evaluate our approach, we trained the framework on 9852 T1-weighted MRI scans from 876 participants in the Alzheimer's Disease Neuroimaging Initiative dataset and held out a separate test set of 1283 MRI scans from 170 participants for quantitative and qualitative assessment of the personalised time series of synthetic images.

Image Quality Assessment Super-Resolution +4

Degenerative Adversarial NeuroImage Nets: Generating Images that Mimic Disease Progression

no code implementations5 Jul 2019 Daniele Ravi, Daniel C. Alexander, Neil P. Oxtoby

Simulating images representative of neurodegenerative diseases is important for predicting patient outcomes and for validation of computational models of disease progression.

Predicting Patient Outcomes Test

Disease Knowledge Transfer across Neurodegenerative Diseases

2 code implementations11 Jan 2019 Razvan V. Marinescu, Marco Lorenzi, Stefano B. Blumberg, Alexandra L. Young, Pere P. Morell, Neil P. Oxtoby, Arman Eshaghi, Keir X. Yong, Sebastian J. Crutch, Polina Golland, Daniel C. Alexander

DKT infers robust multimodal biomarker trajectories in rare neurodegenerative diseases even when only limited, unimodal data is available, by transferring information from larger multimodal datasets from common neurodegenerative diseases.

Transfer Learning

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