A novel MR imaging method maps metabolism in real time using only harmless heavy hydrogen atoms
Liam Stubbington is a network contributor to Physics World. After finishing his MPhys in Exeter he took a very long train to Durham to start a biophysics PhD looking at the properties of supported lipid bilayers under tension. His contextual reading led him to develop an interest in health physics and as a consequence, he is very excited to have been accepted onto the NHS Scientist Training Programme at the NHS Ipswich Hospital, due to start in September 2018. Away from physics, Liam enjoys 5-a-side football, fell-walking and country music.
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