Christopher has been working in the field of neurovascular imaging as an entrepreneur, project manager, research consultant and academic scientist for over 12 years. During this time, he has obtained a PhD in Medical Biophysics and postdoctoral fellowship in Clinical Neuroimaging. Chris possesses a diverse skill-set, bridging basic science biochemistry/pharmacology and animal modelling with Clinical Neuroradiology, including clinical trials. Chris has expertise with curation and analysis of large, heterogeneous datasets, including advanced statistical analysis, interpretation, and dissemination through successful grantsmanship and high impact publications. He has a keen interest in machine learning which he currently utilizes in his academic outputs, and has an ambition to establish “big data” sets in the fields of Stroke and Dementia to improve patient specific treatment and disease prognostication.