Clinical Research Fellow
Imaging biomarkers in acute traumatic brain injury
Tim is a neurosurgeon who completed his training in Oxford in 2014 followed by a fellowship in paediatric neurosurgery. His research interest is trauma and he is carrying out a DPhil investigating the role of imaging biomarkers in acute traumatic brain injury.
MRS and DTI evidence of progressive posterior cingulate cortex and corpus callosum injury in the hyper-acute phase after Traumatic Brain Injury.
Lawrence TP. et al, (2019), Brain Inj, 1 - 15
Early detection of cerebral microbleeds following traumatic brain injury using MRI in the hyper-acute phase.
Lawrence TP. et al, (2017), Neurosci Lett, 655, 143 - 150
Neurotrauma outside the high-income setting: a review of audit and data-collection strategies.
Sitsapesan HA. et al, (2013), World Neurosurg, 79, 568 - 575
Serpentine tongue: A lingual dyskinesia.
Sheehy SHC. et al, (2008), Neurology, 70