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“Imaging Tumour Redox Biochemistry with Positron Emission Tomography”.

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Dr Tim Witney leads the Molecular Imaging Group at University College London’s Centre for Advanced Biomedical Imaging. His research is concerned with the development of next generation tools for cancer diagnosis, monitoring of therapeutic response and detection of drug resistance. Tim obtained his PhD in Biochemistry from the University of Cambridge in 2010, where he worked in the laboratory of Prof. Kevin Brindle on dynamic nuclear polarization as a novel method for detecting tumour response to therapy. In 2010 Tim joined the laboratory of Prof. Eric Aboagye at Imperial as a Postdoctoral Research Associate, developing novel positron emission tomography radiotracers for cancer imaging, before moving to Stanford University in 2013 to work under Prof. Sanjiv Sam Gambhir as a postdoctoral Research Scholar. In 2015 he returned to the UK under a UCL Excellence Fellowship before being awarded the Sir Henry Dale Fellowship that same year to set up his laboratory. He will move to King’s College London in October 2018 as a Senior Lecturer in Molecular Imaging.

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