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A/Prof

Leigh Johnston

Associate Professor In Biomedical Engneering
science & technology
life sciences & biomedicine
neurosciences & neurology
technology
magnetic resonance imaging
neurosciences
engineering
humans
radiology, nuclear medicine & medical imaging
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A/Prof

Leigh Johnston

 
Division
Engineering
 
Primary Interest
Medical Imaging
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A/Prof

Leigh Johnston

 

Associate Professor Leigh Johnston is a member of the Department of Biomedical Engineering within the School of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering. Her primary research focus is medical imaging, in particular Magnetic Resonance Imaging.

Leigh holds an honorary appointment at the Florey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health, where she is Head of the Animal MRI facility. She is also a member of the Melbourne Brain Centre Imaging Unit, with research programs utilising the Siemens 7T and Siemens PET/CT clinical systems on the Parkville campus. Leigh’s expertise in MRI spans from acquisition sequences to image analysis and applications. Prior to her appointment at The University of Melbourne, Leigh was a postdoctoral researcher at the Howard Florey Institute (Melbourne), York University (Canada), and the Université catholique de Louvain (Belgium).

Projects

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15

Projects

Project Types


9

Research Grant


3

Internal Research Grant


3

Research Contracts


Scholarly Works

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Credentials

Positions


Associate Professor In Biomedical Engneering

Biomedical Engineering

Honorary

Florey Department Of Neuroscience And Mental Health

Member

Australian Neuroscience Society

Member

Organisation for Brain Mapping

Member

IEEE - Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers

Education


Doctor of Philosophy

University of Melbourne

Bachelor of Science (Computer Science and Statistics)

University of Melbourne

Bachelor of Engineering (Honours) (Electrical Engineering)

University of Melbourne