Dr Aaron T. Hess
My PhD thesis
Real-time motion and main magnetic field correction in MR spectroscopy using an EPI volumetric navigator
ISMRM Workshop on Motion Detection & Correction
30 August - 02 September 2022 Merton College, Oxford, England, United Kingdom
BSc (eng), MSc (Med), PhD
Lead High-Field Physics
- Facilitate the development and access to advanced imaging methodologies
- Ultrahigh field: ease of use and safety
- Supervising DPhil students
I am interested in Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Spectroscopy.
My research focuses on the interaction of motion with MR for both imaging and spectroscopy, ultra-high field RF safety and simplification of parallel transmit. I have developed novel, contact free, methods for tracking head and heart motion and tools to simplify access to parallel transmit.
Currently I work with researchers across the Wellcome Centre for Integrative Neuroimaging (WIN) at the University of Oxford, to facilitate the development and access to advanced imaging methodologies, with a keen interest in simplifying access to ultra-high field (7T) MRI.
DPhil students I have the pleasure to work with:
Matthijs (Thijs) De Buck
DPhil Students I have had the pleasure to work with:
Effect of subject-specific head morphometry on specific absorption rate estimates in parallel-transmit MRI at 7 T.
Jeong H. et al, (2023), Magn Reson Med
Rapid 3D absolute B
mapping using a sandwiched train presaturated TurboFLASH sequence at 7 T for the brain and heart
Kent JL. et al, (2022), Magnetic Resonance in Medicine
External Hardware and Sensors, for Improved MRI.
Madore B. et al, (2022), J Magn Reson Imaging
Optimization of undersampling parameters for 3D intracranial compressed sensing MR angiography at 7 T.
de Buck MHS. et al, (2022), Magn Reson Med, 88, 880 - 889
REDUCED LEFT ATRIAL ROTATIONAL FLOW IS INDEPENDENTLY ASSOCIATED WITH THE RISK OF EMBOLIC BRAIN INFARCTS
Spartera M. et al, (2022), HEART, 108, A175 - A177