BSc BE DPhil
Professor of Neuroimaging
- Head of Structural Modelling and Analysis
There are two major themes to my research: (i) correction of motion and motion-related artefacts which is important for dealing with patients, children and pain-related experiments; and (ii) structural segmentation and analysis of brain anatomy, especially sub-cortical structures and their relationship with disease.
Awards, Training and Qualifications
- 2005- 2010 David Phillips Fellowship, BBSRC
- 1995- 1999 DPhil, University of Oxford
- 1989- 1993 BE - Electrical and Electronic (Hons I),University of Adelaide
- 1989- 1994 BSc (Hons I), University of Adelaide
Feasibility of Diffusion Tensor and Morphologic Imaging of Peripheral Nerves at Ultra-High Field Strength.
Schmid AB. et al, (2018), Invest Radiol
Quantifying Infarct Growth and Secondary Injury Volumes: Comparing Multimodal Image Registration Measures.
Harston GWJ. et al, (2018), Stroke, 49, 1647 - 1655
Construction of a neonatal cortical surface atlas using Multimodal Surface Matching in the Developing Human Connectome Project.
Bozek J. et al, (2018), Neuroimage, 179, 11 - 29
The developing human connectome project: A minimal processing pipeline for neonatal cortical surface reconstruction.
Makropoulos A. et al, (2018), Neuroimage, 173, 88 - 112
Allostatic load as a predictor of grey matter volume and white matter integrity in old age: The Whitehall II MRI study.
Zsoldos E. et al, (2018), Sci Rep, 8