Professor of Neuroradiology
University of Cambridge School of Clinical Medicine.
Honorary Consultant Neuroradiology – Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
Email: J H Gillard Tel.: + 44 1223 336896
Jonathan Gillard is the Professor of Neuroradiology in the University of Cambridge, an Honorary Consultant Neuroradiologist at Addenbrooke’s Hospital and a Fellow of Christ’s College Cambridge. He undertook his undergraduate training in Guy’s Hospital London, graduating in 1988, where he also gained a first class BSc in Radiological Sciences in 1985 focusing on the use of transcranial ultrasound. His basic radiological training was undertaken in Cambridge; his specialist neuroradiological training was undertaken at Johns Hopkins Hospital and University in Baltimore. His 1997 MD was based on spectroscopic imaging in acute stroke. He now leads active research groups using MR methodologies in atheroma imaging, cerebrovascular imaging and neuro-oncology.
Functional MR of Atheromatous Plaque, Validation of MRA and CTA Techniques, Diffusion Tensor Imaging and Modeling, Acute Stroke, Neuro PET,Health Economics.
Last 5 Publications
Best 5 Publications
|Leptin Regulates Mesolimbic Networks and Human Eating Behavior. Farooqi IS, Bullmore E, Keogh J, Gillard J, O’Rahilly S and Fletcher PC.Science 2007;317(5843):1355.|
|Stress Analysis of Carotid Plaque Rupture Based on in Vivo High Resolution MRI. Li Z-Y, Howarth S, Trivedi RA, U-King-Im JM, Graves MJ, Brown A, Wang L and Gillard JH.Journal of Biomechanics 2006;39:2611-22.|
|Improved Delineation of Glioma Margins and Regions of Infiltration using Diffusion Tensor Imaging: an Image-Guided Biopsy Study. Price SJ, Jena R, Burnet NG, Hutchinson PJA, Dean AF, Pickard JD, Carpenter TA and Gillard JH.American Journal of Neuroradiology 2006;27:1969-1974.|
|A Systematic Review of Non-invasive Imaging Compared with Intra-arterial Angiography in the Diagnosis of Symptomatic Carotid Stenosis. Wardlaw JM, Chappell FM, Best JJK, Wartolowska K, Berry E, Gillard JH, Rothwell P, Young G, Roditi G, Thomas S, Stevenson M, De Nigris E, Gough M, Bamford J and Brennan A.Lancet 2006;367:1503-1512.|
|Contrast-enhanced MR Angiography for Carotid Disease: Diagnostic and Potential Clinical Impact. U-King-Im JM, Trivedi RA , Graves MJ, Higgins JNP, Cross JJ, Tom BD, Hollingworth W, Eales H, Warburton EA, Kirkpatrick PJ, Antoun NM and Gillard JH.Neurology 2004; 62:1282-1290.|
|Clinical MR Neuroimaging: Diffusion, Perfusion and Spectroscopy. Gillard JH, Waldman A and Barker PB.Cambridge University Press 2005. 827 pp. ISBN 0 521 82457 5.|
|Carotid Disease: the Role of Imaging in Diagnosis and Management. Gillard JH, Graves MJ, Hatsukami T and Yuan C.Cambridge University Press 2007. 532 pp. ISBN 978 0 521 86226 4.|
|La Malattia Carotidea. Ruolo dell’imaging Nella Diagnosi e Nella Gestione. Gillard JH, Graves MJ, Hatsukami T and Yuan C.Medical Communications/Cambridge University Press 2008.|
|Clinical MR neuroimaging: physiological and functional techniques 2nd edition. Gillard JH, Waldman A and Barker PB. Cambridge University Press 2010. ISBN 978 0 521 51563 4.|
|Grainger and Allison’s Diagnostic Radiology 6th Ed. Adam A, Dixon AK, Gillard JH and Schaefer-Prokop C. Churchill Livingstone, Elsevier 2014. ISBN 978 0 7020 4295 9.|