Joint & Bone Initiative

Dr. Terry Thompson

Thompson
Professor
Medical Imaging
Medical Biophysics
Physics

thompson@lawsonimaging.ca 
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Research Areas

Active Living, Animal Models, Arthritis, Bioengineering, Clinical Outcomes, Clinical Trials, Exercise, Molecular & Cell Biology, Muscle Disorders, Musculoskeletal Imaging, Personalized Medicine, Sport Medicine

Dr. Terry Thompson is an Investigator recruited to Lawson Health Research Institute from Victoria Hospital 9 years ago.

He completed his doctoral studies in one of the world's Pioneering NMR research groups directed by Mik Pintar at University of Waterloo. Dr. Thompson's pioneering research in the area of NMR relaxometry in the early 70's is recognized as some of the first publications investigating the mechanisms responsible for the changes seen in MRI with disease. He has secured peer-reviewed funding from the Natural Science and Engineering Council, the Heart and Stroke Foundation, Muscular Dystrophy Association. Director of the 3T MR facility and Chair Division of Imaging, Lawson Health Research Institute. Dr. Thompson has 8 papers and 30 abstracts published or submitted over the last 5 years. He is also a consultant for several MR related industries; Surrey Medical Imaging Systems (SMIS), Innovative Magnetic Resonance Imaging Systems (IMRIS) and Multi Magnetics Inc. (MMI).

 

Recent Publications