As Director of Operations, Associate Professor Stuart Clare leads the WIN Operations Team, that delivers radiography, physics, experimental, IT and admin support within the Centre. A key aim of the Centre is to provide a link between the pre-clinical, basic and clinical neuroimaging that is carried out across the Centre’s three sites. The Centre Operations Team with its representatives from core staff at all sites, contribute to this by helping to share resources and expertise.
For those with Oxford University single sign-on, contact details for all these teams can be found here.
WIN Administration Team
Scanner and building access, billing, ethics and much more are handled by our core administration team.
WIN and FMRIB
Nancy Rawlings, Andrew Galloway, Sue Field
Brain Health Centre (at OHBA)
Clare O'Donoghue, Karen Lindsay
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Our MRI research participants are looked after by our team of HCPC registered radiographers.
Jon Campbell, Michael Sanders, David Parker
Juliet Semple, Nicola Aikin
IT and Programming Support Team
WIN's extensive compute facilities, open data initiatives and development of the FSL analysis platform are supported by our IT and programming support team.
Duncan Mortimer, David Flitney, Anthony Williams
Matthew South, Duncan Smith
Matthew Webster, Paul McCarthy, Taylor Hanayik
Physics and Experiment Support Team
Specialist support to use our advanced imaging facilities is provided by our physics and experiment support team.
Sebastian Rieger, Andrew Rudgewick-Brown
MR Physics Development
Mohamed Tachrount, Daniel Papp
MEG and EEG
Sven Braeutigam, Mark Roberts, Anna Camera
Urs Schuffelgen, Claire Bratley
Clinical Neuroimaging Research Facilitator
Public Engagement Team
The Centre's mission to engage with the public is supported by our public engagement team.
Carinne Piekema, Maria Larriva-Hormingos
Training and Research Culture
Sharing our expertise, supporting those new to the field and creating an open and inclusive research environment is a vital part of WIN.
WIN Graduate Training
Open Science Community Engagement Coordinator
Cassandra Gould van Praag