Sir Henry Dale Fellow funded by the Royal Society & Wellcome Trust
John Radcliffe Hospital
Lecturer in Physical Chemistry and Supernumerary Fellow
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|2012-||Sir Henry Dale Fellow and PI of the Cardiac Spectroscopy Group at the Oxford Centre for Clinical Magnetic Resonance Research (OCMR).
Developing methods for 31P magnetic resonance spectroscopy and imaging, and developing methods for use in the heart at 7T.
|2012-||Lecturer in Physical Chemistry and Supernumerary Fellow at Merton College, Oxford.|
|2008-2012||Junior Research Fellow at Merton College, Oxford.|
|2008-2012||Postdoctoral research assistant at the Oxford Centre for Clinical Magnetic Resonance Research (OCMR).
Developing phased-array detection for 31P magnetic resonance imaging of the heart at 3T.
|2007-2008||Junior Research Fellow at Somerville College, Oxford.|
|2007-2008||Postdoctoral research assistant in the Oxford Department of Chemistry.|
|2003-2007||DPhil in Physical & Theoretical Chemistry at St John’s College, Oxford.
Investigating the origins of the magnetic “compass” sense in European robins and other animals. Collaborative project using radio frequency fields to test the radical pair mechanism (RPM) hypothesis.
|1999–2003||Chemistry (MChem) degree at St John’s College, Oxford.|
|1992–1999||King Edward’s School, Birmingham.|
I have taught undergraduate chemistry students since the start of my DPhil. You can read more about my teaching experience here.
I enjoy photography. I own a Canon EOS 350D digital SLR. I hope to publish some of my photographs here in due course.
I enjoy cooking and trying new types of food.
I enjoy French language and cinema. I studied French for two years at the University Language Centre.
My favourite sports are water sports: sailing, wind surfing and swimming.
My preferred music is jazz – from the swing era to modern day, although I am not a fan of the more radical modern jazz. Some of my favourite tracks are sung by: Dee Dee Bridgewater, Stacey Kent, Claire Martin and Nat King Cole. I play the piano and the guitar a little.
I have always loved fiddling with computers and electronic devices. A few small pieces of software are available for download here. Many friends have benefitted from what my colleages in the lab call “Rodgers International IT Support”.
I have designed or administered several websites. Usually these are database-driven. For example:
- Medea – The Oxford Greek Play
- Electron Spin Resonance 2007 (conference)
- Spin Chemistry Meeting 2005 (conference)
- Prof Peter Hore
- The EMF Biological Research Trust
- The Common Good