Professor David L. Buckley
I am a physicist who has worked in the medical imaging field for 25 years. I have a specific interest in quantitative magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) with a focus on tracer kinetic analysis of data acquired using dynamic contrast-enhanced MRI.
- Lead for PGR Studies, LICAMM
Recent Research Projects:
The impact of water exchange on measures of myocardial blood flow and extracellular volume by contrast-enhanced MRI, BHF Project Grant, 2021
Personalised, adaptive and novel strategies for brain, liver and pelvic radiotherapy, Cancer Research UK Radiation Research Centre, 2020
Water exchange in the vasculature of the brain (WEX-BRAIN), EPSRC Standard Proposal, 2019
Magnetic Resonance Imaging Biomarkers for Chronic Kidney Disease, EU COST-Action, 2017
National Centre for Translational Hyperpolarised Magnetic Resonance, MRC Clinical Research Capabilities & Technologies Strategic Award, 2015
CHERNAC: Characterising early response to neoadjuvant chemotherapy using quantitative breast MRI, Breast Cancer Now Project Grant, 2015
Pre-clinical imaging infrastructure award, British Heart Foundation Strategic Initiative Grant, 2014
Optimisation and validation of single-kidney GFR measurement with dynamic contrast-enhanced MRI, Kidney Research UK project grant, 2013
CADERA: Coronary Artery Disease Evaluation in Rheumatoid Arthritis NIHR EME award, 2013
Quantitative cardiac magnetic resonance for the evaluation of sub-clinical fibrosis and micro-vascular dysfunction in diabetic cardiomyopathy. NIHR PhD Research Fellowship (Buckley - lead supervisor), 2012
- BSc, mathematical physics
- MSc, information technology (medical physics)
- PhD, magnetic resonance imaging
- Module leader & lecturer – Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MEDP3512/MEDP5312M), elective/optional modules and core modules for the MSc in Medical Imaging.
- Lecturer – Core Skills in Medical Imaging (MEDP5336M), Introduction to Medical Physics (MEDP2002).
Research groups and institutes
- Leeds Institute of Cardiovascular and Metabolic Medicine
- The Radiotherapy Research Group
- Biomedical Imaging Science