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Jack Miller

DPhil, MPhys (Hons Oxon), AFHEA, MInstP, MIPEM


Novo Nordisk Postdoctoral Fellow

  • Junior Research Fellow in Medical Physics, Wadham College; Stipendiary Lecturer in Physics, St Hugh's College

I am an interdisciplinary medical physicist with an interest in metabolic imaging, MRI, and the application of quantitative tools to study relevant problems in biology. 

At present, I am a Novo-Nordisk Foundation Postdoctoral Fellow, and additionally a member of both the Radcliffe Division of Medicine and Department of Physics.

My work focuses on the role metabolism plays in cardiac pathology, and I am in the enviable position of being able to follow biochemical fluxes through metabolic pathways in real-time, in living systems, ranging from isolated enzymes through to patients in the John Radcliffe Hospital. 

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