Thesis

Adams D (2019) Development of a realistic numerical phantom to test and validate CMR feature tracking software. MSc thesis, King’s College London. download here

Almutairi HMH (2018) Application of global and regional myocardial deformation using cardiovascular magnetic resonance: an assessment of feature tracking in vivo and using numerical simulation. PhD thesis, Queen Mary University of London. download here

Poxon J (2018) Translating 3D Gel Dosimetry Research into Clinical Routine Use in Radiotherapy. PhD thesis, Queen Mary University of London. download here

Martin PJ (2018) Realistic dynamic speech numerical phantom for the evaluation of real-time MRI acquisition and reconstruction methods, MSc thesis, King’s College London. download here

de Freitas AC (2018) Improving real-time MRI for the clinical assessment of velar closure and velopharyngeal motion during speech. PhD thesis, Queen Mary University of London.

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McDowell A (2017) Imaging T1, T2 and myelin water fraction in the post-mortem Multiple Sclerosis central nervous system. PhD thesis, Queen Mary University of London. download here

Ruthven M (2016) Real-time speech MRI: what is the minimum temporal resolution required for clinical velopharyngeal closure assessment?, MSc thesis, King’s College London. download here