Kathleen Curran is an Assistant Professor in Diagnostic Imaging in UCD School of Medicine and an Affiliated Principal Investigator in the Centre for Biomedical Engineering. She is a principal investigator in the science foundation Ireland centre for research training in machine learning and directs the UCD machine learning in medical imaging research group. Her research interests are in Medical Image Analysis and Machine Learning, Image Registration, Finite Element Modelling and Diffusion Tensor Magnetic Resonance Imaging (DT-MRI) and Positron Emission Tomography. Dr. Curran’s group conducts basic and applied research in DT-MRI of the brain, heart and the musculoskeletal system. Ultimately, she hopes to bridge the gap between researchers and clinicians and build real-world clinical applications with the support of industrial partners. In partnership with Axial Medical Printing Ltd. she was awarded the 2019 InterTrade Ireland FUSION Project Exemplar Award and is a winner of Enterprise Ireland Commercialisation Fund 2020.