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Dr Regent Lee has won the Clinician Trainee Abstract Prize at the recent Charing Cross International Synposium (CX) for his presentation titled 'Applied Machine Learning for the Prediction of Growth of Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm in Humans'.

Abstracts were presented across 17 sessions on the five programme areas of CX: Acute stroke, Thoracic Aortic Abdominal Aortic, Peripheral, Venous, and Vascular Access.

Dr Lee, who is the Lead Investigator of the OxAAA study at NDS, was a winner in the Abdominal Aortic category. He will be invited to return to present on his work the following year.

The Charing Cross Symposium is the longest running vascular and endovascular symposium in Europe as well as one of the largest such meetings in the world.

Read more on the CX Symposium website.

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