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eLearning

SINAPSE experts from around Scotland have developed ten online modules designed to explain medical imaging. They are freely available and are intended for non-specialists.


Edinburgh Imaging Academy at the University of Edinburgh offers the following online programmes through a virtual learning environment:

Neuroimaging for Research MSc/Dip/Cert

Imaging MSc/Dip/Cert

PET-MR Principles & Applications Cert

Applied Medical Image Analysis Cert

Online Short Courses

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Mr Thomas Biggans


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Miss Subarnarekha Chatterji


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Dr Amir Dehsarvi

Classification, Cartesian Genetic Programming, Evolutionary Algorithms, Machine Learning, MRI/fMRI data analysis, Mediation Analysis, and Neurodegenerative Diseases Diagnosis (Biomarkers) and Monitoring.

 

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Olivia Hamilton

I am interested in the vulnerability of the ageing brain, especially changes cognitive ability and behaviour that can occur as part of healthy ageing, or as a result of diseases such as stroke or dementia.

My PhD project focuses on changes in cognitive ability in cerebral small vessel disease and how this might relate to structural brain changes that occur throughout the disease course.

During my PhD I have conducted a systematic review on the associations between domain specific cognitive ability and structural brain changes (visible on MRI) in sporadic small vessel disease. I am also employing structural equation modelling techniques to investigate the relationship between visible MRI markers of sporadic small vessel disease and cognitive ability longitudinally in several large cohorts.

My research aims to better characterise the cognitive symptomatology of cerebral small vessel disease and its trajectory over the disease course; examine how this relates to underlying changes in brain structure; and to explore how we can use neuroimaging, psychological and epidemiological data to more accurately predict outcomes for people with cerebral small vessel disease.

Supervisors: Professor Joanna Wardlaw and Professor Ian Deary

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Mr Philipp Loske

Extraction of morphological networks based on structural MRI, analysing network measures that can help in providing neuroimaging makers for dementia.

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Miss Natasha Sangha


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Miss Holly Spence

Brain Iron Deposition and Age-Related Cognitive Decline.

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Mr Kristian Stefanov


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Dr Jennifer Waymont

Jenny Waymont is an honorary research fellow at the University of Aberdeen, continuing research following from her PhD in medical imaging, where she studied life course factors associated with white matter hyperintensities in healthy ageing and in neurodegenerative disorders. Jenny is currently employed as a research officer for Brain Health Scotland, where she researches current clinical services for people with cognitive complaints in Scotland and looks at how cutting-edge research in Scotland (and beyond) can be meaningfully translated into clinical practice. 

 

Jenny’s background is in psychology, having gained a BSc (hons) in Psychology with Clinical and Health Psychology, an MSc in Psychological Research, and an MSc in Neuroimaging, all within the School of Psychology at Bangor University in North Wales. Jenny’s research interests lie within the intersection of the brain and the mind, with a particular interest in psychosocial influences on brain health.

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Dr Steven Williams


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