2019 SMRT President’s Award
This award was established to honor the most outstanding Proffered Paper of the SMRT 28th Annual Meeting. The recipient of this year’s award,
Julia Watson, B.Appl.Sc. (MRT)
will be presenting her award-winning paper Sunday, 12 May at 13:10.
Monitoring Acute Low Back Pain using 2D Correlated Spectroscopy of the Brain at 3T: A Case Study
Julia Watson is a Radiographer who is undertaking a Doctorate of Philosophy in collaboration with the Translational Research Institute and Queensland University of Technology.
Julia has over 10 years of clinical experience and has worked at various hospitals and clinics around the world. She is beginning her research journey and her major areas of interest are in advanced neuro imaging including MRS and diffusion.
Julia is pleased to be contributing to identifying new disease mechanisms and understanding disease processes using non-invasive technology.