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Opening of The Sam White Legacy Mock Scanner , SPMIC-QMC

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Opening of The Sam White Legacy Mock Scanner , SPMIC-QMC

Hidden Hearing Loss in Humans

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I'm talking about my research study, which has just been opened for recruitment. We're looking for "hidden hearing loss" in humans, and want to recruit 25-40 year olds who have had some noise exposure (concerts, festivals, machinery, etc.) and have no known hearing loss. This also ties in with tinnitus awareness week 2017 (#TAW2017) as many people who have had noise exposure will have tinnitus either constantly or even just temporarily after a concert or night clubbing. If interested, please get in touch or just ask for more info: rebecca.dewey@nottingham.ac.uk.

World first MRI study sheds light on heart damage during kidney dialysis – Professor Susan Francis

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World first MRI study sheds light on heart damage during kidney dialysis – Professor Susan Francis

MRI study shows how reducing carb intake can improve pain and bloating in people with IBS

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MRI study shows how reducing carb intake can improve pain and bloating in people with IBS

How 'salt' MRI scans could give a clearer picture of disease

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How 'salt' MRI scans could give a clearer picture of disease- Professor Susan Francis and Dr Galina Pavlovskaya

£23.6 million boost for medical research in Nottingham

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£23.6 million boost for medical research in Nottingham

BBC Visit

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BBC World Service radio visit to Associate Professor Matt Brookes and PhD student Elena Boto at the MEG lab. Forward to 12mins 50secs.

The future of MRI in Nottingham unveiled

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Forty years after taking delivery of the world's first whole body scanner, and 25 years after the opening of its Magnetic Resonance Centre, The University of Nottingham marks another milestone in its long and distinguished history in the field of MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) research.