11 October 2010

Aneurin Kennerley wins Astra Zeneca Prize for innovative work on in-vivo MRI

Dr Aneurin Kennerly has won the Astra Zeneca Prize for innovative work on in-vivo Magnetic resonance Imaging and Spectroscopy, at the 16th annual British Chapter meeting of the International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine
(BC-ISMRM).

Dr Kennerly gave an an oral presentation on work covering methods and applications of Concurrent 7T fMRI and 2D Optical Imaging Spectroscopy.

The conference was held at the birthplace of modern MRI at the Peter Mansfield Centre at Nottingham University and brings together leading figures in MRI from many UK institutions and various international invited speakers/commercial companies.