Dr. Judith (Jude) Dineley
Research Associate in Speech for mHealth
Dr Judith (Jude) Dineley is a Postdoctoral Research Associate in speech for mobile health applications in the Department of Biostatistics and Health Informatics in the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience. Her work is focused on the robustness and acceptability of speech recordings and analysis, with the goal of developing reliable, feasible recording and processing protocols for health applications.
Previously, working on the European IMI-funded mobile Health study, RADAR-CNS, she focused on the collection and analysis of speech data from participants with major depression and multiple sclerosis and provided support to clinical work packages as part of the Data Analysis & Biosignatures work package.
Jude is a medical physicist by training, with a PhD in Doppler ultrasound imaging and BSc in physics from the University of Edinburgh, and an MSc in medical physics from the University of Aberdeen. She has worked clinically in radiation oncology and vascular ultrasound in the UK, Ireland and Australia.