Research profiles

The following individuals have been awarded research fellowships. Some of them have provided information about their projects below.

RCR Research Fellowships

  • Dr Richard J Hodgson - 2005 RCR Research Fellow
    Can MRI at 3T predict the response to anti-TNF alpha therapy in rheumatoid arthritis?
  • Dr Nathan Manghat – 2004 RCR Research Fellow
    Clinical Applications of ECG Gated Cardiac CT
  • Dr Andrew Farrall – 2003 RCR Research Fellow
    Is blood brain barrier failure the cause of cerebral “small vessel disease”?
  • Dr Andrew Crean - 2002 RCR Research Fellow
    The role of Magnetic Resonance and FDG-SPECT imaging in predicting improvement in ventricular function
  • Dr Stuart Taylor - 2001 RCR Research Fellow
    To undertake a comparison of the efficacy and acceptability of virtual and conventional colonoscopy

MRC/RCR Joint Research Training Fellowships

  • Dr Tom Booth – 2010 MRC/RCR Joint Research Training Fellow
    New Imaging Methods for Detecting Brain Tumour Response to Treatment
  • Dr Owen Arthurs – 2009 MRC/RCR Joint Research Training Fellow
    Development of MRI Fluoroscopy to replace X-Ray Fluoroscopy in paediatric imaging
  • Dr Stavros Stivaros – 2006 MRC/RCR Joint Research Training Fellow
    Statistical Predictive Framework for Language Modelling of Clinical Reports for Use in the Management and Treatment Planning of Subarachnoid Haemorrhage

CRUK/RCR Clinical Research Training Fellowships

  • Dr Samantha Mills – 2006 CRUK/RCR Clinical Research Training Fellow
    Development and Evaluation of MR based imaging biomarkers for use in cerebral tumours
  • Dr James O'Connor – 2005 CRUK/RCR Clinical Research Training Fellow
    Non-Invasive Assessment of the Temporal Relationship between Microvascular Heterogeneity and Tumour Growth
  • Dr Ferdia Gallagher - 2005 CRUK/RCR Clinical Research Training Fellow
    Development of Novel MRI methods to detect tumour cell proliferation in vivo