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Experimental Ultrahigh-Field MR

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The group’s research concentrates on the development of MR-methodology and MR technology with a focus on new ways of mapping and probing morphology, function, physiology and metabolism together with explorations of the benefits and challenges of ultrahigh-field imaging to advance cardiovascular, neurovascular, molecular and other MRI applications.

These efforts are designed to spatially resolve and characterize (patho) physiological processes and biophysical mechanisms to promote a transfer from basic research to (pre) clinical studies and vice versa.However, signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) and imaging speed have become an increasingly stringent limit in new MRI applications.

Promising in this regard is the increase in magnetic field strengths available for both animal (9.4 T) and whole-body MR (3.0 T and 7.0 T) scanners, though ultrahigh-field MRI has earned the moniker of being among the most challenging MRI applications.

For further details about resources and projects please visit https://buffportal.mdc-berlin.de.

Team

Group Leader

Scientist

Dr. Min-Chi Ku
88: Ultra High Field Magnetic Resonance Imaging Building (MRI)
Room: 2.12
4515
Dr. Lukas Winter
88: Ultra High Field Magnetic Resonance Imaging Building (MRI)
Room: 2.03
9406 - 4546

Secretariat

Technical Assistants

Antje Els
88: Ultra High Field Magnetic Resonance Imaging Building (MRI)
Room: 001
+ 49 (0) 30- 94064514

PhD student

Laura Böhmert
88: Ultra High Field Magnetic Resonance Imaging Building (MRI)
Room: Raum 0.05
+49 30 94 06 4518
Joao dos Santos Periquito
88: Ultra High Field Magnetic Resonance Imaging Building (MRI)
Room: (Haus 88/ 2.02
4543
Carl Herrmann
88: Ultra High Field Magnetic Resonance Imaging Building (MRI)
Room: 0.08
+49 (0) 30 9406 - 4537
Yiyi Ji
88: Ultra High Field Magnetic Resonance Imaging Building (MRI)
Room: 2.02
+49 30 9406 4543
Paula Ramos Delgado
88: Ultra High Field Magnetic Resonance Imaging Building (MRI)
+49 (0)30 9406 4519
Leili Riazy
88: Ultra High Field Magnetic Resonance Imaging Building (MRI)
Room: 2.02
+49 30 9406 4543

Team National Cohort

2017

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