Prof Stuart Grieve


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Prof Stuart Grieve

Professor Stuart Grieve is a clinician/scientist with a career focus on applying non-invasive imaging in healthcare and achieving fundamental advances in basic imaging science such as new imaging or image processing technologies.


Stuart is the Parker Hughes Professor of Radiology at the University of Sydney (USYD) and also a radiologist at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital (RPAH).


Stuart was primarily a neuroimaging researcher until 2013, when he switched to a focus on both, cardiovascular and brain. His laboratory is at the Charles Perkins Centre (USYD) where his team pursues a research program that extends from basic imaging science, post-processing, basic physiology of the cardiovascular system and brain to clinical translational studies that aim to directly alter practice.