Dr Ian Driver

Research Fellow

Research group:
029 208 70365
CUBRIC, Maindy Road

Research summary

My research interests focus around developing techniques to investigate brain physiology, using MRI and MEG. My work includes measuring the physiological responses to inhaled gas challenges, with their application to calibrated fMRI techniques, and in developing novel MRI techniques for investigating brain energetic processes, such as susceptibility-based MRI oximetry and multi-nuclear MRI.

Selected publications (2014 onwards)


Full list of publications


Undergraduate education

2007       MSc in Physics   (University of Nottingham)

Postgraduate education

2012       PhD in Physics   (University of Nottingham)


2016 – present   Research Fellow, CUBRIC, School of Psychology, Cardiff University
2013 – 2016       Research Associate, CUBRIC, School of Psychology, Cardiff University
2012 – 2013       Research Associate, SPMMRC, School of Physics and Astronomy, University of Nottingham