Prof. Glyn Johnson
Honorary Professorial Fellow, Norwich Medical School
I have been involved in Magnetic Resonance Imaging research since 1978 and as a PhD student was a member of the research group at Aberdeen University that developed “spin warp imaging”, one of the key MRI technologies that is still the basis of most MRI methods. Since then, I have worked at a variety of Universities, both in the UK and the US on both fundamental MRI physics and engineering and the application of MRI in the clinic. Before moving back to the UK to take up my current position at UEA, I led the brain tumour imaging research group at New York University.