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Advanced MRI lung imaging using hyperpolarised xenon gas.

Supervisors. Mark Lythgoe, Geoff Parker. This PhD offers an exciting opportunity to join a team of leading UCL imaging scientists, biologists, drug developers and respiratory clinicians, in collaboration with the spinout company Bioxydyn, to develop the next generation of MRI lung imaging. Read more

Microstructure tissue characterisation with MRI and Artificial Intelligence

  Research Group: Brain Imaging
The characterisation of biological tissue microstructure in vivo and non-invasively is of outmost interest in science. If successful, it could reveal unique insights into biological processes, including aging and cancer. Read more

Silent MRI for Monitoring Multiple Sclerosis

Conventional wisdom states that MRI scans are loud and long, but conventional wisdom is wrong. By carefully programming the MRI scanner, it is possible to make scans near silent [1], and modern image reconstruction methods are enabling ever faster, more informative scans [2]. Read more

Development of an automated CT-brain analysis tool

Commercial partner: . Brainomix. , Oxford. Background. CT-brain imaging is the standard brain imaging modality used in the NHS and globally and is cheaper and better tolerated than MRI particularly in older, frail, multimorbid patients in whom MRI may be contraindicated. Read more

MRC DiMeN Doctoral Training Partnership: Improving the outcome of surgical treatment for liver cancer: Combining advanced medical imaging and computational fluid dynamics for personalised treatment planning

Background. Liver surgery is the primary treatment for many patients with liver cancer, but surgical planning is often a difficult balancing act between removing enough liver tissue to completely excise the tumour, and leaving sufficient liver and blood circulation to sustain post-surgery recovery. Read more

Environmental influences in the ageing brain: a cross-cohort investigation in UK-wide populations

According to the UK Health Security Agency, by 2041, one in four people living in the UK will be aged ≥65 years. Being able to stay healthy at older age, both physiologically and psychologically, is a nationwide healthcare strategy. Read more

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