Terry Thomson, PhD



Academic Appointments: Site Leader (Imaging) and Principal Investigator, Lawson Health Research Institute
Professor, Departments of Medical Biopyhsics, Medical Imaging and Physics (Adjunct)

Base Hospital: St Joseph's Health Care

Areas of Interest: Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Applications and Technology development

Graduate Degrees: PhD, Physics, University of Waterloo (1975)
MSc, Physics, University of Waterloo (1971)

Undergraduate Degree: BEd, University of Western Ontario (1977)
BSc, Honours Physics, University of Waterloo (1969)

Research Interests:

-Imaging for Cardiac Therapeutics (ICT)
-Investigation of the Effects of Closed-Head Injury using Neurophysiological, Neuroimaging and Neurocognitive Assessment
-Biomedical Multimodality Hybrid Imaging : Project - Development of a hybrid MR/PET platform for simultaneous image acquisition
-Oxygen consumption is an early predictor of brain damage following hypoxia-ischemia
-Fetal Growth Restriction: Mechanisms and Outcomes

Contact email: thompson@lawsonimaging.ca




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