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Schulz-Menger Lab

Cardiovascular MRI


The main focus of the group is the application and development of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance (CMR) as a tool for innovative in-vivo non-invasive phenotyping of myocardial structure, metabolism and function as well as noninvasive hemodynamics. That reflects the understanding of diseases as an injury of the human system.

During the last years, we were able to apply the pre-examined parameters in different diseases and were able to differentiate myocardial injury in preserved ejection fraction. Microstructures could be assessed as first in human application in healthy volunteers as well as in patients using the 7 Tesla system.

Meanwhile, parts of our former research are introduced as standard within international clinical routine. We have collaborations worldwide by means of both lively exchanges with visiting researchers and within the framework of multi-centre projects.


Group Leader

Prof. Dr. Jeanette Schulz-Menger

Scientists (full time)

Edyta Blaszczyk
Stephanie Funk

Scientists (part time)

Simone Fritschi
Fabian Mühlberg
Marcel Prothmann
Agnieszka Töpper
Leonara Zange

Students of Medicine (doctoral thesis)

Yashraj Bhoyroo
Achudhan Karunaharamoorthy
Ahmed Musa
Johannes Schüler
Kristin Arnold
Oliver Ehrling 
Henriette Grüttner
Ludger Heisterkamp
Josephine Kermer 
Juliane Köhler 
Carolin Lim
Thomas Mayr
Johanna Richau
Arthur Stötzner
Felix Wanke
Felix Wenson
Lennart Wurche

PhD Students

Leily Riazy (DZHK)
Jean-Pierre  Bassenge (BioQic)
Felix Schrank (BioQic)

Graduates and Undergraduates

Darian Viezzer

Technical Assistants

Denise Kleindienst 
Martina Kohla
Kerstin Kretschel

Study Nurses/Project Assistance

Annette Köhler
Elke Nickel



Jeanette Schulz-Menger

Prof. Dr. Jeanette Schulz-Menger



Phone: +49 30 450540611
Experimental and Clinical Research Center
Lindenberger Weg 80
13125 Berlin
Building 46, Room 3303B