Medical Imaging

EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training

Research

Supervisors

  • Chris Dunsby

    Chris Dunsby

    His research interests are centred on the application of photonics and ultrafast laser technology to biomedical imaging More...

  • Rob Eckersley

    His research is focussed towards the development and advancement of Medical Ultrasound Imaging, with projects ranging from the basic physics of acoustics, through system engineering, to the clinical evaluation of novel imaging tools. More...

  • David Edwards

    David Edwards

    His research aims to reduce the incidence and severity of neurological impairment caused by problems around the time of birth. More...

  • Tom Eykyn

    Tom Eykyn

    His research team are developing hyperpolarisation techniques for enhancing the MRI signal of 13C or 15N. Using the technique of Dynamic Nuclear Polarization (DNP) they are able to amplify the signal by many orders of magnitude and to develop real-time techniques for measuring metabolic conversion of a number of biological molecules in cell suspensions, whole perfused organs or in vivo. More...

  • David Firmin

    His major contribution to MRI has been in the development of quantitative phase contrast velocity imaging. As the Director of Physics he has also led a number of pioneering advances in atheroma imaging, rapid and interactive cardiovascular MR, coronary angiography, myocardial perfusion imaging and tissue characterisation. More...

  • Paul French

    Paul French

    His research interests have evolved from ultrafast dye and solid-state laser physics to interdisciplinary biomedical optics-based research including coherence-gated imaging through turbid media and fluorescence lifetime imaging (FLIM) for applications in molecular cell biology, drug discovery and clinical diagnosis. More...

  • Gilbert Fruhwirth

    Gilbert Fruhwirth

    His research focuses on cell surface receptor interactions are emerging as a new regulatory level in cells providing signal diversity. More...

  • Tony Gee

    Tony Gee

    A number of very active research projects are in progress including the development of rapid labelling synthetic techniques with short-lived positron-emitting radionuclides, small molecule-protein / small molecule-membrane interactions, the design of PET imaging probes, and the understanding of in vivo pharmacology. More...

  • Vincent Giampietro

    Vincent Giampietro

    His research focuses on the development of functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) methods and on their application to Psychiatry, Psychology, Neurology, Neuroscience and beyond. More...

  • Ben Glocker

    Ben Glocker

    His research focus is on advanced methods and algorithms for medical image computing and computer vision applications. More...

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