Professor Graham Galloway was previously Group Leader for Biomedical Imaging and Spectroscopy at the Centre for Advanced Imaging, UQ. His research interests include the use of in vivo Magnetic Resonance to test the efficacy of pharmaceutical agents, novel applications for the use of Magnetic Resonance in physiological studies and material sciences, and in pushing the boundaries of the technology into new applications. His role in all projects is characterised by his multidisciplinary background, which ensures that he is able to draw together these apparently disparate threads. Professor Galloway is currently Director of Operations for the National Imaging Facility (NIF). NIF now has 10 nodes across Australia, delivering MRI, PET, CT, Ultrasound and Live animal optical imaging to the Australian research community. Professor Galloway is also the Program Director for the Master of Molecular Imaging, a collaborative degree with The University of Queensland and the University of Sydney.