Stewart, J., & Stewart, P. et. al. (2020, July 7). An Iterative Run-to-Run Learning Model to Derive Continuous Brachial Pressure Estimates from Arterial and Venous Lines During Dialysis Treatment. https://doi.org/10.31224/osf.io/wj9v5 EngrXiv, 7 July 2020
We had an excellent get together of the teams from Nottingham and Derby Universities on the iTrend Hemodialysis project at the excellent Darleys Restaurant in Derby last night. Great to see the Medics, Engineer and @DerbyUniPsyche and @DerbyUniVC getting down to interdisciplinary dinner….
Just doing the last touches on a parametrised dialysis model before our dialysis machine arrives in the lab, kindly donated by Royal Derby Hospital. As soon as it arrives I’ll be working with Prof Jill Stewart to develop an artificial ‘person’ to connect to it so that we can develop an adaptive model. Next […]
We held the formal kick-off meeting for the iTREND renal dialysis project yesterday. The project runs for 3 years and has an ever-expanding group of collaborators and is funded via Mel Morris’ MSTART Foundation. Scroll down for one of the event’s presentations University of Derby Prof Paul Stewart – Project Principal Investigator Senior Researcher to […]