Honorary Consultant Radiologist, Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
My main research interest is quantitative cross-modality imaging of the hip joint for biomarker development in osteoarthritis. I work on a combination of clinical computed tomography and 3T magnetic resonance imaging developing novel 3D imaging analysis algorithms that are sensitive and precise enough to pick up otherwise occult structural changes of disease in bone and cartilage. I have been involved in a number of cross-disciplinary musculoskeletal research projects, working with Dr Graham Treece (Engineering), Dr Ken Poole (Medicine) and Prof. David J Lomas (Radiology).
Turmezei TD, Fotiadou A, Treece GM, Gee AH, Poole KES. (2015) Quantitative 3D analysis of bone in hip osteoarthritis using clinical computed tomography. European Radiology (in press).
Turmezei TD, Lomas DJ, Fotiadou A, Hopper MA, Poole KES. (2014) A new CT grading system for hip osteoarthritis. Osteoarthritis Cartilage. Oct 22(10);1360-6.
Turmezei TD, Lomas DJ, Hopper MA, Poole KES. (2014) Severity mapping of the proximal femur: a new method for assessing hip osteoarthritis with computed tomography. Osteoarthritis Cartilage. Oct 22(10);1488-98.
Johannesdottir F, Turmezei TD, Poole KES. (2014) Cortical bone assessed with clinical computed tomography at the proximal femur. J Bone Miner Res. Apr 29(4);771-83.
Wijeratne M, Turmezei TD, Tytherleigh-Strong GM.(2013) Novel assessment of the sternoclavicular joint with computed tomography for planning interventional approach. Skeletal Radiology. 42(4);473-8.
Areas of expertise
computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, osteoarthritis, medical image analysis, 3D mesh processing