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Neuroradiology, brain imaging in cognitive ageing and dementia, neurodegenerative disease
Alison D. Murray (2013-08-01)
Professor Alison Murray is the Roland Sutton Chair of Radiology at the University of Aberdeen and Director of Aberdeen Biomedical Imaging Centre (www.abdn.ac.uk/ims/research/abic), Lilian Sutton Building, University of Aberdeen where the 3T research MRI facilities are located within the acute NHS hospital and are immediately adjacent to the John Mallard Positron Emission Tomography (PET) Centre and the NHS Department of Nuclear Medicine, facilitating combined studies of brain structure and function.
She leads clinical brain imaging research in structural and functional brain imaging correlates of cognitive ageing and dementia and recent work includes MRI in the Aberdeen 1936 Birth Cohort, and MRI, regional cerebral blood flow SPECT and FDG PET in clinical trials of novel Tau Aggregation Inhibitor therapies in Alzheimer's disease.
She is a founding member and executive member of the Scottish Imaging Network: A Platform for Scientific Excellence (SINAPSE) www.sinapse.ac.uk