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Dr. Anne Martel
Martel is a senior scientist in Physical Sciences at SRI. Her focus is on developing medical image analysis tools that detect and characterize disease better. Her group is engineering a computer-aided diagnosis system for MRI breast screening of high-risk women to find cancer earlier and with greater specificity. She is interested in machine learning, which uses algorithms that “learn” from data, and computer vision techniques, which extract and study information from images. She is a co-founder of Pathcore, a company spun off from research at SRI, that designs software to manage and analyze digital pathology images. Martel was recently awarded a grant from the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada to develop robust classification techniques for medical imaging.