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Garden Quad, St John's College, 13th October 2010


Peter Jezzard, Ian Dobbie, Niki Sibson and Damian Tyler

Scientific Programme

08:50-09:20: Registration and poster set up

09:20-09:30: Welcome and Introduction

09:30-10:45: Platform Session 1: Imaging Therapy (Chair: Fergus Gleeson)

09.30-09.50: Carolyn Carr (DPAG) – Imaging stem cell therapy for the heart

09.50-10.10: Constantinos Coussious (IBME) – Passive imaging for real-time monitoring of high intensity focussed ultrasound therapies

10.10-10.30: Charlotte Stagg (FMRIB) – Using imaging to understand stroke recovery

10.30-10.45: Proffered Talk: Paul Barber (ROB) – Fluorescence lifetime imaging microscopy: optical detection of protein-protein interactions in cells and tissue

10.45-11.45: Poster Session 1: Odd numbered posters presented, and opportunity to network

11.45-12.30: Annual Oxford Varian Lecture: Prof. Karl Herholz, Wolfson Molecular Imaging Centre, University of Manchester, Title: "The current status of PET imaging biomarkers in clinical dementia research". (Introduced by Prof. Klaus Ebmeier)

12.30-13.30: Buffet Lunch

13.30-14.30: Platform Session 2: Image and Data Analysis (Chair: Vincente Grau)

13.30-13.50: Martin Bishop (Comlab) – Modelling the heart using high resolution images

13.50-14.10: Russell Hamilton (Biochemistry) – ParticleStats: analysis of motility and polarity from tracking data

14.10-14.30: Mark Woolrich (Psychiatry/FMRIB) – MEG and combining multiple neuroimaging modalities

14.30-14.45: Special Focus Talk: Michele Warren and Christopher Rau – Imaging opportunities at the Diamond Light Source. (Chair: Ian Dobbie)

14.45-15.45: Poster Session 2: Even numbered posters presented, and opportunity to network

15.45-17.00: Platform Session 3: Imaging Function (Chair: Niki Sibson)

15.45-16.05: Nicolas Delalez (Physics) – Investigating flagellar motor protein dynamics at single molecule level

16.05-16.25: Tom Okell (FMRIB and NHS Clinical Engineering) – Imaging collateral flow in cerebrovascular disease using MRI

16.25-16.45: Chris Rodgers (Cardiovascular Medicine) – High field prospects for human cardiac imaging

16.45-17.00: Proffered Talk: Chris Martin (ROB) – Animal models in neuroimaging: understanding functional brain imaging signals and investigating disease

17:00: Close


Gold sponsors

Old NIHR BRC logo Olympus Lifescience logo Andor Technology logo Hamamatsu logo
Siemens Medical logo Leica logo


Silver sponsors

Varian logo Photometrics logo Zeiss logo GE Healthcare logo
Cairn Research logo PerkinElmer logo


Bronze sponsor

Isis Innovation logo

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