I am a PhD student in medical imaging at the School of Computing, Maths and Digital Technology, Manchester Metropolitan University. I work to bring solid and useful mathematical and technical solutions and innovations to the fields of medicine and research and I like to use knowledge from many different disciplines to bridge gaps in communication and remove obstacles for cooperation. Questions which interest me are how to use technical solutions in smart ways, in particular in image analysis and visualization. Being born before the internet era, I also think a lot about data safety, privacy and ethics these days when technical solutions penetrate further and further into the world around us.
“Life isn't about waiting for the storm to pass.
It's about learning to dance in the rain”
“We find comfort among those who agree with us, growth aming those who dont”
“Most of the shadows of this life are caused by standing in one's own sunshine”
“There will come a time when you believe everything is finished
That will be the beginning”
“God is perfect.
Everyone else is ok as they are”
Latest updated: 08 June 2018
"The experiment was a failure, so the best I could get out of it was a publication"
"Once, I invented something, but when I googled it, I realized it had already been done"
If this was all the monetary support I had ever received, I would have concluded that hunting with a bow and arrow is more profitable than doing research...
... just so I have something to do during those looong weekends, anxiously waiting for the next Working Monday
My blog on the use of technology in medtech and Life Science
Coding project desktop application for annotation and segmentation of embryo imaging
An explorational photo-log
For anything concerning balls, skeins and strings (also in Swedish)
A personal account on of the kinks and quirks in physically recovering after illness, along with some existencial ruminations of the same
A few projects, hacking around in Python, PHP and stuff like that...
... also forest-keeper and occasionally Peep-keeper