The research environment within Imaging Sciences at Manchester provides opportunities for both experienced researchers in its key research areas, and for talented individuals with transferable skills from many numerate disciplines.
Researchers with backgrounds in other fields such as (but not limited to) physics, computer science, engineering, and mathematics have in the past made a significant impact on the research carried out in the group.
The research interests of the centre are represented by the following themes:
- Clinical neuroscience
- Computer vision and cognitive systems computing
- Face recognition and visual processing
- Imaging biomarkers and signal-based biomarkers
- Imaging in cancer
- Imaging in vascular disease
- Imaging neuroscience
- Musculoskeletal imaging
- PET methodology
- Pulmonary imaging
- Preclinical Imaging