Professor Andrew Blamire provides strategic and operational leadership for the Translational and Clinical Research Institute at Newcastle University.
He is also a member of the Centre for In Vivo Imaging (CIVI) which brings together expertise across a broad range of imaging modalities applied to in vivo biomedical research, including MRI, PET, PET-MRI and fluorescence imaging. He also leads the MR physics team at the Newcastle MR Centre the role of which is to develop new scanning methodology to address hypothesis-led research in clinical populations.
Professor Blamaire’s research programmes revolves around developing and applying novel Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) and Spectroscopy (MRS) methodology as diagnostic and prognostic values and as outcome measures in interventional trials. In addition to leading research programmes in Newcastle, he is heavily involved in international projects.