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Over 20 years of active research, Professor Stuart Grieve has achieved a comprehensive understanding of MRI and its applications, from cellular biochemistry and physiology to MRI physics, programming and advanced image analysis techniques.

Prof Grieve completed his doctorate at the University of Oxford on the development of rapid imaging techniques in MRI and also completed postdoctoral positions using solid state NMR to study membrane-bound proteins. Following his postdoctoral studies, he completed medical training in Australia at The University of Sydney (2002–2005). Prof Grieve has steadily built on this solid research foundation, using cardiac MRI to characterise heart disease and ventricular function.

A great scientist has a preservation of curiosity and really enjoys learning. You must also have a focus on making a real difference to patient care.”

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