What we do
In the Centre for Imaging Sciences, physicists, chemists, computer scientists and clinical researchers work together to develop new methods and apply cutting edge imaging and computational techniques for the understanding of disease, its management and treatment.
We use state-of-the-art Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Positron Emission Tomography equipment (including a cyclotron and radiochemistry facilities) on patients, normal volunteers and pre-clinical models, and apply novel computer algorithms to understand and interpret medical imaging data.
The Centre's research interests combine expertise in the domains of:
- clinical medicine
The interests of the Centre focus on the following main themes: