Dr Kaggie is an MRI physicist who is funded by GlaxoSmithKline to develop novel imaging biomarkers for joint imaging. He is implementating and evaluating improvements of MR fingerprinting, T1rho, ultra-short echo time, and sodium MRI in the joint. He is currently involved in stem cell research for joint repair. Dr Kaggie also works in implementing new MRI hardware, for non-proton MRI (such as carbon-13 and sodium imaging) or for other specialised applications. Dr Kaggie is also involved in cancer studies evaluating several of these new MRI techniques in both glioblastomas and abdominal cancers.
Dr Kaggie’s major collaborators are Martin Graves, Ferdia Gallagher, Andrew McCaskie, and Fiona Gilbert.
Department of Radiology, University of Cambridge School of Clinical Medicine.
Speciality: RF Coils, Sodium MRI, MR Fingerprinting, Ultra-short eEcho Time MRI, Joint Imaging
Email: J Kaggie Tel.: + 44 (0)1223 746442