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Prof. Amanda Lochner graduated at the University of Stellenbosch [B.Sc. 1957 (cum Laude); M.Sc. 1959 (cum laude); D.Sc. 1964; Ph.D. 1977]. She was a research fellow in the Department of Medicine, University of Texas, South-Western Medical School, Dallas Texas 1962-1963.
Prof. David Gray was born in Newcastle upon Tyne in the North-East of England and he was educated (BSc and MSc) in England prior to taking up his first job as a research scientist in the Division of Endocrine Physiology and Pharmacology at the National Institute for Medical Research (NIMR), Mill Hill, London.
Artificial intelligence can predict when patients with a heart disorder will die, according to scientists.
The software learned to analyse blood tests and scans of beating hearts to spot signs that the organ was about to fail.
The team, from the UK’s Medical Research Council, say the technology could save lives by finding patients that need more aggressive treatment.