Dr Jonathan Phillips
Senior Research Officer in Medical Imaging
Swansea University Medical School
Telephone: (01792) 295322
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Publications

  1. A novel method to correctly place the fasciotomy incision for decompression of the anterior and peroneal compartments of the leg. Injury
  2. & A simple and robust test object for the assessment of isotropic diffusion kurtosis. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, n/a-n/a.
  3. & Radiation exposure during videourodynamics in women. International Urogynecology Journal 24(9), 1547-1551.
  4. & Phase behaviour of binary mixtures of diamagnetic colloidal platelets in an external magnetic field. Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter 23(19), 194111
  5. & Bulk phase behavior of binary hard platelet mixtures from density functional theory. Physical Review E 81(4)

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Teaching

  • PM-257 Neuroscience

    In order to help students understand the biological basis for behavioural neuroscience and neurological disorders, this module seeks to integrate the multidisciplinary sciences ¿ for example, anatomy, physiology and biochemistry - that have combined to build the emerging field of neuroscience. The aim is to gain a mechanistic and holistic knowledge of the nervous system that builds from the molecular, cellular and developmental, to the systems level. In addition to exploring normal function, this module will introduce common disorders of the central and peripheral nervous systems in an integrated way. Students will be guided in exploring the scientific evidence around what is known and unknown and will be introduced to current research findings in the scientific literature.

  • PMNM02 Diagnostics and Imaging

    Nanotechnology may lead to more rapid diagnostic tests, implantable devices, point of care instruments and improved medical imaging. This module will explore the application of nanotechnology to various medical techniques, focussing on novel research devices, pre-clinical tools and emerging technology within hospitals.

  • PMNM07 Diagnostics and Imaging

    Nanotechnology may lead to more rapid diagnostic tests, implantable devices, point of care instruments and improved medical imaging. This module will explore the application of nanotechnology to various medical techniques, focussing on novel research devices, pre-clinical tools and emerging technology within hospitals.

  • PMPM04 Medical Imaging

    The physics and mathematics underpinning modern 3D medical imaging, including MRI, CT, PET and Ultrasound.

  • PMPM16 Advanced Imaging with Non-ionising Radiation

    Part 1 of the imaging with non-ionising radiation clinical science specialism.

  • PMPM26 Specialist Imaging with Non-ionising Radiation

    Part 2 of the imaging with non-ionising radiation clinical science specialism

  • PMZM13 Diagnostics and Imaging

    Nanotechnology may lead to more rapid diagnostic tests, implantable devices, point of care instruments and improved medical imaging. This module will explore the application of nanotechnology to various medical techniques, focussing on novel research devices, pre-clinical tools and emerging technology within hospitals.

Supervision

  • Novel diagnositic techniques for whole-body magnetic resonance imaging and spectroscopy (current)

    Student name:
    PhD
    Other supervisor: Dr Sophie Shermer
    Other supervisor: Dr Jonathan Phillips