Rob Dineen is Clinical Associate Professor Neuroimaging at the University of Nottingham and Honorary Consultant Neuroradiologist at Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust.
Rob’s major research interest is the application of neuroimaging techniques to characterise pathophysiological mechanisms in neurological diseases. During his PhD thesis he used MRI (including perfusion imaging and diffusion tensor imaging) to study the mechanisms of cognitive dysfunction in MS. His on going aim is to develop this interest by using advanced neuroimaging to explore functional deficits, particularly in cognitive processing, in different diseases. Additionally Rob has interests in cerebrovascular imaging and is a neuroimaging lead for two large international multicentre randomised controlled acute stroke trials (the TICH-2 and TARDIS studies). As a practicing clinical neuroradiologist he has particular expertise in paediatric neuroimaging, including the assessment of paediatric neurotrauma, neuro-oncology and neonatal imaging.
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