MR is a versatile technique that can provide stunning insights into the human body non-invasively. By combining ultra high field with novel methods, our aim is to obtain more information using high spatial resolution and new imaging contrasts.

This programme focuses on MR method development for applications in neuroimaging, especially functional MRI and neurological diseases such as dementia and cancer, as well as cardiac MR.

RHD Projects

For more information on available RHD projects please contact the relevant researcher or CAI RHD student admin.

  • Professor Markus Barth

    ARC Future Fellow, Head of Ultra-high Field MR Research
    Centre for Advanced Imaging
  • Dr Steffen Bollmann

    National Imaging Facility (NIF) Fellow & UQ Postdoctoral Research Fellow (ultra-high field human imaging)
    Centre for Advanced Imaging
  • Dr Kieran O'Brien

    Adjunct Research Fellow
    Siemens Healthcare
  • Dr Viktor Vegh

    Group Leader (Image Analysis and Methodology Development) - Senior Research Fellow
    Centre for Advanced Imaging