Organisational unit: Research group
Research areas and keywords
UKÄ subject classification
- Radiology, Nuclear Medicine and Medical Imaging
The main research goal of the MR physics group, presently with approximately 35 participants and associates, is to develop clinically useful methods for functional MR investigations at high and ultra-high field strengths. Specifically, we investigate MR methods for measurement of microcirculation (perfusion and cortical activation/fMRI), macrocirculation (flow) and thermal molecular motion (diffusion). Recently established areas in the group encompass ultra-high field studies using CEST as well as quantitative MRI in the brain and in the musculoskeletal system (MSK). Additionally, the MR physics group takes active part in national and international MR safety work and MR education programs. MR Physics group members are co-responsible for a national MR education program entitled the Lund School of MR.
Recent research outputs
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In-vivo validation of interpolation-based phase offset correction in cardiovascular magnetic resonance flow quantification: A multi-vendor, multi-center studyHofman, M. B. M., Rodenburg, M. J. A., Karin Markenroth Bloch, Werner, B., Westenberg, J. J. M., Valsangiacomo Buechel, E. R., Nijveldt, R., Spruijt, O. A., Kilner, P. J., Van Rossum, A. C. & Gatehouse, P. D., 2019 May 20, In : Journal of Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance. 21, 1, 30.
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