Sam P. Ingram

Clinical Scientist and Researcher.

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đź“Ť Manchester, UK

Hi, I’m Sam 👋 and welcome to my website. This small corner of the web is held hostage for me to capture elements of my work and hobby life in one place.

I’m a clinical medical physicist working at The Christie which is in Manchester, UK. The Christie is one of the largest cancer centres in Europe and houses one of two proton therapy centres which make up the UK’s national service. I also research the same topic for the University of Manchester.

I have a keen interest in how AI 🤖 may be used in radiation therapy - now and in the future. Much of my upcoming content will be focused around this topic and will be exploring topics such as:

  • effective infrastructure and deployment
  • safety and ethical considerations
  • training for multi-disciplinary user groups
  • measuring impact

Feel free to take a look around and if you like what you see give me a follow on Twitter or contact me at any of the links.

Sam's recommended read

  1. Non-task expert physicians benefit from correct explainable AI advice when reviewing X-rays
    Gaube, Susanne, Suresh, Harini, Raue, Martina, Lermer, Eva, Koch, Timo K., Hudecek, Matthias F. C., Ackery, Alun D., Grover, Samir C., Coughlin, Joseph F., Frey, Dieter, Kitamura, Felipe C., Ghassemi, Marzyeh, and Colak, Errol
    Scientific Reports 2023