Doctoral student and NIHR Academic Clinical Fellow
I am a DPhil student at the University of Oxford and NIHR academic clinical fellow (ACF) in radiology at Guy's and St Thomas', London.
My research focuses on using machine learning methods and ocular biomarkers to investigate Parkinson's disease and other Parkinsonian disorders. These diseases are heterogenous, with a multitude of clinical phenotypes.
By using novel computational methods, alongside ocular data, we probe such symptom phenotypes. This has the potential to aid diagnosis, monitoring and the discovery of novel treatments – both symptomatic and disease-modifying in nature.
Bredemeyer, O, Patel, S.B, Fitzgerald, J and Antoniades, C (2022) Oculomotor deficits in Parkinson's disease: Increasing sensitivity using multivariate approaches. Front. Digit. Health.
Patel, S.B, Fitzgerald, J and Antoniades, C (2019) Oculomotor effects of medical and surgical treatments of Parkinson's disease. A Progress in Brain Research.
Patel, S.B, Brzezicki, M.A, Fitzgerald, J and Antoniades, C (2019) The influence of deep brain stimulation on eye movements. Advances in Translational Neuroscience of Eye Movement Disorders.
Patel, S.B (2019) Should the National Health Service be independent like the judiciary? Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine.
Patel, S.B, Stokes, O.M, Jones, C, Khan, S, Clare, A, Samartzis, D (2017). The Current State of the Evidence for the Use of Drains in Spinal Surgery: Systematic Review. European Spine Journal
Patel, S.B. (2017) Can the National Health Service learn from the rise and fall of ancient empires? Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine.
Patel, S.B and Gutowski, N. (2015) The difficulty in diagnosing X linked adrenoleucodystrophy and the importance of identifying cerebral involvement. BMJ Case Reports