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Neubauer Group: Oxford Centre for Clinical Magnetic Resonance Research

OCMR uses sophisticated cardiac MR imaging and spectroscopy methods to phenotype cardiovascular disease – in small-scale proof-of-principle studies, large-scale multicentre clinical trials and ultra-large scale population imaging programmes. As well as running their own research programmes, OCMR serves as a collaboration partner to any group wanting to strengthen their clinical research with state of the art non-invasive phenotyping tools.

Ferreira Group: Quantitative cardiac magnetic resonance myocardial tissue characterisation

We have expertise in the study of heart disease using cardiovascular magnetic resonance (CMR), particularly quantitative techniques such as myocardial T1-mapping.

Myerson Group: Heart Valve Disease

We investigate diseases of the heart valves – how widespread the problem is, what the causes are, who is at risk from future problems and what treatments can improve outcomes for patients.

Piechnik Group: Myocardial functional T1 mapping – Advanced cardiac magnetic resonance imaging techniques

We aim to further improve the clinical value of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance with application of advanced image analysis techniques.

Rider Group: Obesity, Heart Failure, Linking Myocardial Metabolism and Function

We use multi-parametric cardiac magnetic resonance imaging and multinuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy to non-invasively investigate the relationship between cardiac metabolism and cardiac function.

Tyler Group: Development and Application of Cardiac Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Spectroscopy

Using metabolic imaging to transform our approach to disease detection and treatment.