Programme Members

Programme Contacts

University of Cambridge
Department of Biochemistry
Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Department of Radiology

Selected publications

Principal investigators and consultants

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Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Department of Clinical Neuroscience
Cambridge Institute for Medical Research
Wolfson Brain Imaging Centre
Research in the development and application of molecular imaging probes, in particular for the in vivo imaging technique of positron...
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MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology
Optical microscopy
Brad Amos is a biologist and a designer of optical instruments. A boyhood visit to the Plymouth Lab of the Marine Biological Association in...
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University of Cambridge
Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute
My major research interests are in developing in vivo and ex vivo MR methods (using MRI and MRS) for early diagnosis of cancer and...
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Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Department of Medical Physics and Clinical Engineering
MRI Methods
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University of Cambridge
Department of Biochemistry
CRUK Cambridge Institute
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a well-established, clinically applicable, tool for determining tissue morphology. The techniques of...
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University of Cambridge
Department of Radiology
Imaging research in breast cancer using single photon techniques including the use of functional imaging to predict response to...
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MRC Cancer Unit
My research concerns developing imaging and optical tools to better understand the role of cell cycle DNA damage checkpoints in preventing...
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Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute
CRUK Cambridge Institute
Development of hyperpolarization techniques based on dynamic nuclear polarization (DNP) for magnetic resonance spectroscopy and imaging in...
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Our research group focuses on understanding the role of G-protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs, targets for about ~50% of current drugs)...
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University of Cambridge
Department of Clinical Neuroscience
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Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Department of Radiology
Dr Ferdia Gallagher studied medicine as an undergraduate at the University of Cambridge before completing his clinical studies at the...
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University of Cambridge
Department of Engineering
Since 1995, I have been working on technical aspects of clinical ultrasonic imaging, with particular emphasis on three-dimensional imaging...
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University of Cambridge
Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute
NIHR Cambridge Biomedical Research Centre
Mathematical Image Analysis for Cancer Research Applications
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Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Department of Radiology
Consultant Clinical Scientist
The development of MRI acquisition and analysis methods in oncology. We have developed and applied advanced methods for dynamic contrast...
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University of Cambridge
Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute
Magnetic Resonance Imaging and spectroscopy of cancer. Our Group develops and applies Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy (MRS) and Imaging (...
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University of Cambridge
Department of Biochemistry
I am based in the Biochemistry Department and work on several cancer related projects, primarily in collaboration with Jim Metcalfe, Kevin...
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Developing hyperpolarised 13C MRI and PET-CT techniques for the early detection of treatment response..
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Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute
Research title: New methods and applications of Hyperpolarized MRI. Felix completed his MSc in Physics at the Technical University of...
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Percutaneous image guided tumour ablation and endovascular drug delivery.
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Department of Radiology
Development and validation of novel imaging methods to image leukocyte infiltration into tumours as biomarkers of immune checkpoint...
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My overall career ambition is to develop novel insights into breast cancer pathology to help improve clinical outcomes for sufferers. I...
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Department of Radiology, School of Clinical Medicine
Development of Zirconium-89 Immuno-PET for cellular labelling and imaging
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University of Cambridge
Department of Chemistry
My interest lies in applying Organic Synthesis to Biological Problems. Current projects include (a) biosynthesis of prodigiosin -...
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University of Cambridge
Department of Biochemistry
CRUK Cambridge Institute
Dr. David Lewis established and heads the Radionuclide Imaging Suite at the Cancer Research UK - Cambridge Institute. Dr Lewis's research...
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Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Department of Radiology
MRIS Unit
I lead a Body MR research group developing novel clinical applications using magnetic resonance techniques. This includes developing and...
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Clinical translational research identifying patient selection and PK/PD biomarkers.
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University of Cambridge
Department of Radiology
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University of Cambridge
Department of Surgery
Neurooncology
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University of Cambridge
Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute
Honorary post in Radiology
I perform magnetic resonance imaging and spectroscopy studies of human tumours in vivo, to develop better methods of diagnosis and...
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Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Department of Radiology
My research is focused on in-vivo imaging of tumour angiogenesis with positron emission tomography (PET) and magnetic resonance imaging (...
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David is a clinical oncologist and first year PhD student from the university computational radiotherapy research group, (www.comprt.org/...
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Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Department of Radiology
MRIS Unit
I am employed as a Clinical Scientist to both support and initiate research within the Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Spectroscopy unit...
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University of Cambridge
Department of Engineering
Development of ultrafast fiber laser systems for medical applications, including surgery and imaging, such as coherent Raman microscopy.
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Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Department of Radiology
MRI and MRS are highly complex, with the flexibility to be applied in many novel situations. My research focusses on developing and...
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University of Cambridge
Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute
Developing of imaging strategies to monitorizes oxigen comsuption and free radicals production in tumour models and traslational approaches.
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University of Cambridge
Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute
My research goal is the development of advanced non-linear imaging including multi-photon fluorescence imaging with fluorescence lifetime...
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University of Cambridge, Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Department of Radiology
Frank completed his undergraduate studies at King's College London with research interests in the development of fluorescent nanoparticles...
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Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, University of Cambridge
Department of Medicine
My research interests are primarily in atherosclerosis, but also cross into cancer biology. My focus is detection of inflammation within...
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Cancer Research UK Cancer Research Technologies (CRT), University of Cambridge
Department of Physics
CRUK Cambridge Institute
The aim of my work is to develop an imaging system incorporating hyperspectral imaging, polarized light imaging, and spatial frequency...
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University of Cambridge
Department of Radiology
I am interested in investigating imaging methods for assessing treatment response.
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University of Cambridge
Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics
Dr Carola-Bibiane Schönlieb is head of the Cambridge Image Analysis Group (CIA) in DAMTP specialising in the mathematics of digital image...
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Despite medical advances, pancreatic cancer still has a 5-year survival rate of less than 6%. The ideal way to improve this is to diagnose...
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University of Cambridge, Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Cancer Research UK Cancer Research Technologies (CRT)
Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute, Department of Clinical Neuroscience
CRUK Cambridge Institute
honorary researcher
Development of radiotracers for PET. Preclinical imaging with PET/CT, SPECT in cancer research. Translation of preclinical imaging to...
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University of Cambridge
Department of Physics, Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute
CRUK Cambridge Institute
Live cells and tissue analysis by vibrational spectroscopy.
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Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Department of Medicine
Radiotherapy Physics. Computational Radiotherapy. Member of VoxTox research group.
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University of Cambridge
Department of Clinical Neuroscience, Department of Engineering
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Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, University of Cambridge
Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute, Department of Radiology
CRUK Cambridge Institute
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University of Cambridge
Department of Physics
Application of nanodiamond defects and Raman microscopy to cancer cells as measurement tools
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Fulvio subspecialty field is neuroradiology with a keen interest in neuro-oncology and neurovascular imaging. He is currently working on...
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University of Cambridge
Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute
Light Microscopy Imaging
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