Professor Benjamin Aribisala

Lagos State University, Nigeria

Benjamin.Aribisala@ed.ac.uk / Benjamin.Aribisala@lasu.edu.ng

Benjamin Aribisala is a Professor of Computer Science with specialisation in medical image analysis. Professor Aribisala combines his expertise in Computer Science, Mathematics and Medical Image Analysis to conduct clinical research. His current research focuses on developing methodology for processing and analysis of brain magnetic resonance images with the aim of helping clinicians with early and improved diagnosis of neuropsychological conditions. He is also interested in understanding how brain structural changes relate to cognitive ability in old age. His current research interests span the fields of medical image analysis, computational neuroscience, computer vision, and brain imaging using magnetic resonance imaging techniques.

Professor Aribisala is currently the Head of the Department of Computer Science and the leader of the Computer Graphics and Computer Vision group at Lagos State University, Nigeria.

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