Elliot is the Graduate Common Room (GCR) President for Reuben College. The GCR President is the equivalent of a Middle Common Room (MCR) President in many other colleges and is elected by the student body to represent them to the college. Elliot’s role helps ensure that the student voice is well-represented in college governance, and he works alongside his committee to establish the membership and activities of the graduates at Reuben. He has regular meetings with College Officers, including the President, to allow the exchange of ideas, updates and “challenge-solving”. He also works with our Senior Tutor, Caroline Mawson, to help make sure the student voice is represented in the development of our policies and facilities. Before coming to Oxford to study a DPhil in Computational Biomedicine, Elliot graduated from the University of Warwick with an MEng in Computer Science, specialising in ultra-low powered facial detection. He also spent a year out of his studies working at Intel on prototyping Internet of Things solutions for industrial partners. Elliot is now a doctoral student on the SABS R3 programme based at the Doctoral Training Centre. His research interests are in biomedical image analysis and computational approaches to structural drug-discovery. He currently researches deep learning methods for head and neck tumour segmentation at the Big Data Institute. Prospective, incoming, and current students are warmly invited to contact Elliot with any questions about graduate, student, or college life at Oxford.