Issue 3: A Delve into MRI

Issue 3: A Delve into MRI

What are MRI scans and how do they work? Well, it’s all to do with Physics!MRI scans use strong magnetic fields and radio waves to produce detailed images of the inside of the body including theMRI machines are tube-shaped When you go into an MRI scanner, the strong...

In Profile: Harry Deijnen

In Profile: Harry Deijnen

Who are you and where are you based?My name is Harry Deijnen, and I am a first year PhD student at the University of Manchester, supervised by Prof. Craig Smith, Prof. Stuart Allan and Dr. John Grainger.Can you briefly describe the research that you do?My research is...

In Profile: Siew Yan Wong

In Profile: Siew Yan Wong

Who are you and where are you based? Hello, I’m Yan, the Research Technician for STROKE-IMPaCT at the University of Manchester, and I mainly work at Salford Royal Hospital. What is your role in the Stroke IMPaCT Network? As a Research Technician my main role is to...

In Profile: Claudia Dames

In Profile: Claudia Dames

Who are you and where are you based? I’m Claudia Dames, Postdoc in the lab of Andreas Meisel at Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin in the Department of Experimental Neurology and Meisel group in the Institute of Medical Immunology where I obtained a PhD in...

In profile: Kristy Zera

In profile: Kristy Zera

Learn about Stroke-IMPaCT member Kristy Zera, a postdoctoral fellow working in the lab of Marion Buckwalter at the Stanford University School of Medicine, in the department of Neurology.