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Justin Lau


Visiting Postdoctoral Research Fellow

  • Stipendiary Lecturer in Physics, New College

I work as part of a team of scientists and clinicians in translating the technology of dynamic nuclear polarization into the clinic. In addition to developing novel imaging sequences and polarization methodology in DPAG, I am involved in multiple physiological studies at the John Radcliffe Hospital where I investigate the hyperpolarized imaging of healthy and diseased hearts. Through the technological development of our imaging techniques, we hope to better understand the regional variations in metabolism and how these may change over the course of disease and recovery. 

I am a Fulford Junior Research Fellow in Medicine at Somerville College and a stipendiary lecturer in Physics at New College.