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Professor Chris Rodgers

Supernumerary Fellow, Associate Professor




Professor Rodgers is an Associate Professor at OCMR in the Radcliffe Department of Medicine. He is a physical chemist, with research interests centred around human in vivo magnetic resonance spectroscopy and imaging. He leads the cardiac spectroscopy group at OCMR. Recent projects include the first cardiac patient study in a 7 tesla Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) scanner, investigating 31P metabolism in the hearts of patients with dilated cardiomyopathy. His group develop new theory, new processing tools, new hardware and new pulse sequences for cardiac magnetic resonance spectroscopy and imaging. During his doctoral research, Professor Rodgers studied the magnetic compass sense of birds and magnetic field effects on chemical reactions, known as spin chemistry.

Teaching Interests

Physical Chemistry, Magnetic Resonance