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Professor Daniel Bulte

Professor Daniel Bulte is an MRI physicist and a Tutorial Fellow at St Hilda’s College. He worked at the Oxford Centre for Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Brain (FMRIB) for over 10 years, and the University of Toronto before that. He obtained a PhD in Electrical Engineering and a BSc in Physics from the University of Tasmania in Australia. He is a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, and has a Postgraduate Diploma in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education from Oxford University. He is passionate about teaching and outreach and has won numerous awards for his teaching.

Daniel’s research interests are focussed on imaging and measuring oxygen delivery and metabolism in healthy and diseased tissue using a variety of techniques including Oxygen Enhanced MRI, arterial spin labelling, T1, T2 and T2* mapping, and diffusion imaging. He is particularly interested in imaging hypoxia in tumours and neuroimaging.

Professor Bulte’s Incredible Medical Machines

The Body ElectricFor anyone who has been in hospital and wondered at the various machines and gizmos in use, Oxford Digital Media’s launched onto YouTube the first in a new collection of bite-sized factual films.

The first is a three-part series of 6-8 minute films, ‘Professor Bulte’s Incredible Medical Machines’. For the films, Oxford University physicist and MRI expert Daniel Bulte leaves his lab to discover the remarkable science and history behind the technology in modern medicine.

You can find out more in our outreach section.