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Imaging Physics Group

The Imaging Physics Group Photograph of the Imaging Physics Group and associated researchers (L-R): Prof. Andrew Fagan, Andrea Doyle (DIT), Andrew Malone (DIT), Lukas Gokas, Aoife Ivory, Dr. Jacinta Browne (DIT), Silvin Knight

Imaging Physics Group

Imaging Physics Group

Imaging Physics Group The aim of the Imaging Physics Group is to investigate new imaging techniques, image contrast mechanisms and quantitative spatially-localised biomarkers of disease using cutting-edge magnetic resonance and ultrasound imaging systems.

The Imaging Physics Group is based in the Department of Clinical Medicine, School of Medicine, Trinity College Dublin, and linked to the National Centre for Advanced Medical Imaging (CAMI), based in St. James's Hospital which has cutting-edge magnetic resonance imaging (3T Achieva TX, Philips) and ultrasound imaging (Aixplorer ver10, Supersonic Imagine) systems. The group has active collaborations with research groups in Dublin Institute of Technology; Vanderbilt University, Nashville TN; the Mayo Clinic, Rochester MN; and the University of Edinburgh.