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Our Team 

Mustafa Gok

Mustafa Gok is a Research Fellow in the Sydney Translational Imaging Laboratory. He completed his degree in Medicine at Dokuz Eylul University, Izmir, Turkey in 2003. He subsequently completed a radiology residency programme at Celal Bayar Univeristy in Manisa, Turkey in 2012. He has worked as a Lecturer at Adnan Menderes University in Aydin, Turkey. His research focuses on 4D-Flow Cardiac Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the heart.

Sarah Hellewell

Sarah is a Postdoctoral Scientist in the Sydney Translational Imaging Laboratory. She completed her PhD in Medicine at Monash University in Melbourne in 2013, with a subsequent CETBIR Intensive Care Clinical Fellowship at the Alfred Hospital in Melbourne, and postdoctoral research at the University of Alberta, Canada. Her research focuses on the pathological, cognitive and psychosocial consequences of traumatic brain injury. 

Stuart Grieve

Professor Grieve has published over 135 papers in top ranking journals, including Neuroimage, Journal of Biological Psychiatry, American Journal of Neuroradiology and the European Heart Journal. As evidence of the significance of his work, he has an H-index of 38 and his published papers have generated more than 5,900 citations.

Tejas Canchi

Tejas Canchi's research focuses on developing novel diagnostic methodologies for cardiovascular diseases. He has a PhD in Mechanical Engineering from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore where he studied Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms. He has been a Visiting PhD Fellow at both the Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Texas and the Department of Paediatrics, Stanford University Medical School. His research interests are in the development of engineering and mathematical solutions that impact patient care in cardiovascular disease.

Thomas Welton

Tom is a postdoctoral scientist in the Sydney Translational Imaging Lab, part of Cardiac Imaging at the Heart Research Institute and the University of Sydney. His background is in computer science and neuroimaging. His research is focused on the application of advanced neuroimaging techniques in a "big data" approach to clinical research questions. In particular, he is interested in brain (dys)connectivity and its consequences in diseases such as depression, mild traumatic brain injury, motor neurone disease and cardiovascular disease.

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