Dr Natalie Voets
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Dr Natalie Voets

Dr Natalie Voets
Natalie
Voets
PhD, Neuroimaging

Languages spoken

English

Expert in

Neuroimaging (MRI, Functional MRI, Tractography).

Overview

Centres

Oxford
Oxford

Peters Way, Sandy Lane West, Oxford, OX4 6LB

51.7239071200697, -1.2145938932540707
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+44 (0)1865 237 700
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Specialises in

Breast cancer
Condition
Condition/Cancer
Condition/Cancer/Breast cancer

Treatments

Oncology
Service
Service/Cancer
Service/Cancer/Medical oncology

Dr Natalie Voets is a (non-clinical) neuroimaging scientist. She studied Experimental Psychology and completed a PhD in neuroimaging for presurgical planning at the University of Oxford in 2005. She subsequently worked in the pharmaceutical industry and as a research scientist at the Montreal Neurological Institute Neuroimaging of Epilepsy lab. She joined GenesisCare Oxford in 2019 as specialist advisor in neuroimaging. In this role, she leads the implementation of advanced neuroimaging techniques (functional MRI and diffusion tractography) to guide treatment planning. Outside of GenesisCare, Natalie works in the awake neurosurgery service at the OUH NHS Foundation Trust. She is also a University Research Lecturer at the University of Oxford, where she leads a small translational research group at the Wellcome Centre for Integrative Neuroimaging (also known as the FMRIB Centre). 

Career positions

Current position(s)

  • Specialist Advisor, GenesisCare Oxford
  • Outside of GenesisCare
  • Awake Neurosurgery service at the OUH NHS Foundation Trust 
  • University Research Lecturer, University of Oxford

Past position(s)

  • Montreal Neurological Institute Neuroimaging of Epilepsy lab.

Education

Universities

  • Experimental Psychology and PhD in neuroimaging for presurgical planning, University of Oxford in 2005

Expertise and interests

Interests

  • Epilepsy
  • Head trauma
  • Natalie’s translational imaging research focuses on understanding how the brain adapts to disease and injury. She is particularly interested in the application and development of MRI techniques to improve diagnosis and treatment planning, especially for glioma surgery.

Professional association

  • Graduate member of the British Psychological Society