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Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is widely regarded to be as important for medical diagnosis as the discovery of x-rays. It is a technique that has been used since the beginning of the 1980s which uses magnetic fields and radiowaves. It:
In 1991, the Sir Peter Mansfield Magnetic Resonance Centre was established at The University of Nottingham to house the University’s expanding Magnetic Resonance Group.
The Biomedical Imaging Priority Groups has key research themes encompassing:
The University’s international campuses in Malaysia and China also provide the unique opportunity amongst UK universities for novel translational research in magnetic resonance (MR).
Researchers in MRI also work particularly closely with the University’s Medical School at the Queen’s Medical Centre. Their work also supports the work of the University’s three Biomedical Research Units (BRUs):
The University has the only 7 Tesla national facility in the UK and one of less than 40 worldwide.
The Priority Group has a number of key research themes.
The Priority Group will provide a focus for outreach work, building on existing activities such as:
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