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  A combined magnetic resonance (NMR and EPR) approach to identifying and characterising ligand interactions (MACMILLANF2U19SF)
  Dr F MacMillan
Application Deadline: 31 May 2019
We use advanced magnetic resonance approaches to identify and characterise weak molecular interactions. The aim of this project is to combine both Electron Paramagnetic Resonance (EPR) and Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) spectroscopic techniques to study such interactions.
  DPhil (PhD) Position in Magnetic Resonance (MR) Method Development
  Dr M Foroozandeh
Applications accepted all year round
A DPhil (PhD) position funded by the Royal Society is immediately available in the group of Dr Mohammadali Foroozandeh at the Department of Chemistry, University of Oxford.
  Developing Magnetic Resonance Targeting Methods
  Dr A Kennerley
Applications accepted all year round
Magnetic resonance targeting (MRT) is a novel method which repurposes the imaging gradient coils, inherent in most clinical magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) systems, to essentially steer super paramagnetic iron oxide (SPIO) labelled particles to a target regions deep within a sample.
  Non-invasive Mapping of Oxygen Extraction Fraction in Patients with Breast Cancer: Development of Novel Multi-Parametric Relaxometry Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Methods
  Dr J He, Dr Y Masannat, Prof D Lurie
Application Deadline: 29 March 2019
This project aims to translate, optimise and extend quantitative oxygen extraction fraction mapping based on oxygen enriched air inspiration and magnetic resonance (MR) relaxometric imaging for human application.
  Fully-funded PhD studentship – Magnetic Resonance and Neutron Scattering of Nanolaboratory Materials
  Prof M Levitt, Prof R J Whitby
Applications accepted all year round
It is now possible to imprison single molecules inside closed carbon cages so that they may be studied in near-isolation. These "nanolaboratory" materials are called endofullerenes.
  Sensitivity-enhanced benchtop NMR spectroscopy
  Dr M E Halse
Applications accepted all year round
Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy is powerful analytical technique with routine applications throughout the chemical and physical sciences.
  Quantum Magnetism probed via Magnetic Resonance
  Dr M Chung
Applications accepted all year round
Quantum magnets are one of the simplest quantum many-body systems exhibiting a rich variety of exotic quantum phases and transitions.
  Statistical characterisation of brain tissue microstructure with diffusion magnetic resonance imaging
  Research Group: Brain Imaging
  Dr L Beltrachini, Prof K Murphy
Application Deadline: 1 April 2019
Diffusion Magnetic Resonance Imaging (dMRI) is a medical imaging technique that allows to characterise brain structures in the microscale in vivo and non-invasively.
  Identification of a biomarker of sensory dysfunction for patients who have developed neuropathic pain following cancer chemotherapy using functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) and machine learning.
  Prof D Steele, Prof L Colvin
Applications accepted all year round
Background. Acute pain is intrinsically unpleasant and aversive but is useful as it has survival benefit. However, many people suffer from chronic treatment-resistant pain that lasts months or years, lacks survival benefit, seriously impairs quality of life and causes unnecessary suffering.
  Fully-funded PhD studentship – Hyperpolarized NMR Spectroscopy
  Prof M Levitt, Dr G Pileio
Applications accepted all year round
Hyperpolarization methods enhance nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) signals by up to 5 orders of magnitude, with transformative implications for a wide range of sciences including chemistry, biology, physics and medicine.
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