Dr Matthew Field is a researcher at the South Western Sydney Clinical School and the Ingham Institute for Applied Medical Research within the Medical Physics research team. Broadly he supports data science and machine learning projects within a collaborative network of radiation oncology and medical physics departments.
Matthew leads the technical development of a project to connect a network of hospital-based radiotherapy departments (nationally and internationally) to develop machine learning models for various cancer prediction applications.
Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) - member
The Trans Tasman Radiation Oncology Group (TROG) - Affiliate member
Radiotherapy and Oncology
Journal of Medical Imaging and Radiation Oncology
IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters
IEEE Reviews in Biomedical Engineering
Physical and Engineering Sciences in Medicine
Expert Systems with Applications
Artificial Intelligence in Medicine
Chief investigator for one fellowship grant and co-investigator for 5 grants.
|2018 - 2021||Holloway L., Sowmya A., Dowling J., Vinod S., Field M., Jameson M.||UNSW Biomedical seed grant||Learning from and Improving target volume delineation in radiotherapy||$443,588|
|2019 - 2022||Field M.||Cancer Institute NSW Early Career Researcher Fellowship [ECF181215]||Improving lung cancer outcomes with data-driven prognostic imaging biomarkers in a collaborative medical imaging network||$420,251|
|2019||Haidar A., Field M., et al.||Ingham Institute Data and Cancer Research Grant||Unsupervised Machine Learning for Detecting and Fixing Variations in Cancer Patients Medical Records||$15,000|
|2019||Haidar A., Field M., et al.||Ingham Institute Data and Cancer Research Grant||Ensemble learning in Cancer Related Applications||$25,000|
|2019||Huang X., Holloway L., Field M., et al.||Ingham Institute Data and Cancer Research Grant||Analyzing lung cancer guideline compliance with patient treatment outcomes using deep learning||$20,000|
|2021 - 2023||Holloway L., Field M., et al.||Australian Research Data Commons - Platforms Program||Australian Cancer Data Network: distributed learning from clinical data||$997,000|
My Research Supervision
Co-supervising two PhD students at UNSW and two PhD students at University of Wollongong