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- Damian Tyler works on the development and application of hyperpolarized magnetic resonance techniques for the assessment of cardiac metabolism.
- Jane Francis is a world-leading expert in MR safety with more than 20 years’ experience in both clinical and research imaging techniques.
- Yvonne Green has a long and distinguished career helping scientists to reach their goals, and even worked with Hans Krebs!
- Peter Jezzard develops novel physiological MRI methods for the study of healthy and diseased brain.
- Heidi Johansen-Berg is a Wellcome Principal Research Fellow and Director of the new Wellcome Centre for Integrative Neuroimaging (WIN), based at FMRIB at the University of Oxford.
- Karla Miller develops techniques for acquiring, reconstructing and analyzing MRI scans of the brain.
- Jack Miller aims to develop and use hyperpolarization methods to quantify and understand metabolism, particularly in the heart.
- Stefan Neubauer is the Head of the Division of Cardiovascular Medicine and the Director of the Oxford Centre for Clinical Magnetic Resonance Research. He has been developing and applying novel MRI methods for the study of the heart and liver for >30 years.
- Nicola Sibson aims to use MR with imaging biomarkers to understand the role of the inflammatory and metabolic microenvironment of tumours that have metastasised to the brain.
- Kerstin Timm is a vet-come-biochemist specialising in metabolic flux measurements using hyperpolarized MRI. Her research focusses on understanding the metabolic effects of chemotherapy on the heart.