A dedicated team of imaging research staff, from diverse backgrounds with experience in MRI and CT specialist fields. The Chair of Imaging heads up the departments and is assisted by an Operational Lead, a Clinical Scientist and Unit Administrator. There are collaboration links to the Psychological Department in Human And Health Sciences, Engineering, Computer Sciences, Medical Physics and Sport sciences within the University. There are also strong links with ABMU, cardiology, radiology and orthopaedic departments.
Rhodri M Evans – Chair of Imaging, Consultant Radiologist
Dr Jonathan Phillips – Clinical Scientist, Medical Imaging Physicist
Laura Lowe – Unit Administrator/Assistant
Collaborators: include university and NHS staff, as well as external companies (see below). Please contact us CIFGroup@swansea.ac.ukif you are interested in collaboration or would like further information about CIF research.
Dr. Frederic Boy, Psychology (cognitive neuroscience, brain imaging, GABA MR spectroscopy, transcranial DC stimulation)
Dr. Richard Bracken, Sport and Exercise Science (exercise, nutrition, diabetes)
Dr. Simon Dymond , Psychology (neurobehavioural mechanisms of fear and avoidance generalization, conditioned reinforcement and perceptual generalisation in gambling disorder)
Dr. Richard Hugtenburg, Imaging in radiotherapy; imaging and modelling of tissue structures on the micron and nanoscale; MR structural analysis in collaboration with Acuitas Medical Ltd.
Dr. Stephen Johnston, Psychology (cognitive neuroscience)
Dr. Frank Langbein, Cardiff Computer Science (modelling and control, machine learning, parallel algorithms, geometry and image processing, visualisation)
Dr. Owen Pickrell,Medicine (genetics, neurological disorders, epilepsy)
Professor. Mark Rees, Epilepsy, hyperekplexia, cortical malformations, Huntington’s disease, dementia
Dr. Caryl Richards, Aberystwyth Physics (whole body DWI)
Dr. Andrea Tales, Psychology (dementia, mild cognitive impairment, subjective cognitive impairment, ageing, vision, visual attention, visual mismatch negativity)
Dr. Roger Wood, Medicine (traumatic brain injury)