WIN has a committed team of over 30 core staff, with the aim of providing a world-class platform for our researchers to perform their world-leading research.
Our team of HCPC Radiographers are responsible for the supervision and delivery of scans, documentation, and data management for MR studies, whilst maintaining a safe and productive environment. Contact them at email@example.com
MR Physics and Experiment Support
Our MR physics development scientists develop and implement new scanning sequences and protocols across the five MR scanners in the Centre. The experiment support team is the one to turn to for advice on building devices, programming stimulus presentation, or generally how make your experiment happen. Finally, Adele, our histologist can prepare and stain samples for you. Contact the relevant team member directly using the links in their profiles below.
Scanner and building access, billing, ethics, centre-wide meetings, communication and much more are handled by our core administration teams. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for general queries, or the team members directly for OHBA or BHC via their profiles below.
Nancy is currently on parental leave and her tasks are divided across the admin team members. Emailing email@example.com ensures that your query will be picked up by one of us.
Our Research Co-ordinators support individual research groups with running research group projects.
Engaged Research Team
Engagement with audiences is one of WIN's four core values. Through it, we aim to make our research better while also increasing our impact on society.
WIN supports a busy and varied programme of engagement activities, across the following six strands: primary schools, secondary schools, partnerships, patient and public involvement, building capacity (training), and policy engagement.
We aim to increase the real-world impact of our research at WIN, through the translation of knowledge and technology out of academia and into the wider world. There is core staff support available to our researchers for clinical translation.
Contact the relevant team members directly using the links in their profiles below.
Training & Research Culture
We aim to promote inclusivity and positive research culture at WIN, and we provide training for new and existing WIN members in neuroimaging methods as well as broader aspects of research.
WIN's extensive compute facilities are supported by our IT team, from high performance compute clusters to your desktop machine. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for all IT related queries.