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Research groups

Kylie Yeung

Development and implementation of high-resolution imaging techniques and post-processing methods for hyperpolarised magnetic resonance imaging

My research focuses on improving the robustness, reliability, and image quality of hyperpolarized MRI through implementing field inhomogeneity correction methods and accelerated acquisition strategies. 

I am part of the hyperpolarized Xenon-129 MRI group in the Churchill Hospital Radiology Department, as well as the hyperpolarized Carbon-13 MRI group in the Oxford Centre for Magnetic Resonance (OCMR). My DPhil is supervised by Professor Fergus Gleeson, Professor Damian Tyler and Dr James Grist.