MR physics

Faculty of Medicine | Lund University

Members

Research Group Leaders

 

freddy

Professor Freddy Ståhlberg, Ph.D. (Group leader)

Dissertation 1987 in Lund (Radiation Physics/MR) and Professor of MR Physics with special emphasis on medical applications at Lund University since 1999. President of ESMRMB 2003-2004, past president 2004-2006. Member of the Board of Lund University from 2007. Member of ISMRM and ESMRMB. Awarded fellowship of ESMRMB May 2010.

ronnie

 

Professor Ronnie Wirestam, Ph.D. (Deputy group leader)

Dissertation 1997 in Lund (Radiation Physics/MR). Appointed as Professor of Medical Radiation Physics, particularly MR physics, in 2010. Member of ISMRM, ESMRMB and ECR/ESR.

Research area: Microcirculation - development of new techniques for perfusion assessment using MRI. 

linda

 

Associate Professor Linda Knutsson, Ph.D. (Deputy group leader)

Dissertation 2006 in Lund (Radiation Physics/MR). Senior Lecturer at the Dept. of Medical Radiation Physics in Lund. Member of ISMRM Chapters Committee,  ESMRMB Strategy Review and Performance Assessment Committee, Management Committee ‘COST' and Executive Board of ESMRMB. Chairman of ISMRM Nordic Chapter, Members committee ESMRMB and Safety Committee ESMRMB. Member of the AMPC ISMRM 2013-2016.

Research area: Microcirculation - development of new techniques for perfusion assessment using MRI. 

Seniors

sara

 

Sara Brockstedt, Ph.D. 

Dissertation 1998 in Lund (Radiation Physics/MR) and Medical Physicist at Radiation Physics, Skåne University Hospital, Lund.
Member of ISMRM and ESMRMB.

Research area: Molecular motion, development of new techniques using high diffusion sensitivities and clinical applications of the diffusion tensor model. 

jimmy

 

Jimmy Lätt, Ph.D. 

Dissertation 2008 in Lund (Radiation Physics/MR). Medical Physicist in the field of MRI at the Centre for Medical Imaging and Physiology , Skåne University Hospital, Lund.

Research area: Diffusion measurements with high q- and b-values. 

peter

Peter Mannfolk, Ph.D.

Dissertation 2010 in Lund (Radiation Physics/MR). Medical Physicist in the field of MRI at the Centre for Medical Imaging and Physiology , Skåne University Hospital, Lund.

Research area: Development of methodology and techniques for clinical fMRI.

karin

 

Karin Markenroth Bloch, Ph.D. 

Dissertation 2001 in Gothenburg (Nuclear Physics). Clinical Scientist employed by Philips Medical Systems, Sweden with full-time placement at the Centre for Medical Imaging and Physiology in Lund.

Research area: Cardiac MRI and Flow. 

markus

Markus Nilsson, Ph.D.

Dissertation 2011 in Lund (Radiation Physics/MR).

Research area: Diffusion MRI at high b-values, with special interest in simulations, pulse-sequence programming and model development.

johan

 

Johan Olsrud, Ph.D. 

Dissertation 1998 in Lund (Radiation Physics/MR). Senior Medical Physicist in the field of MRI at the Centre for Medical Imaging and Physiology, Skåne University Hospital, Lund, and a member of ISMRM and ESMRMB.

Research area: Development of methology and technique for clinical fMRI. Quality assurance and MRI safety.

tea

Post Doctoral Fellow Tea Sordia, Ph.D.

Dissertation 2006 in Tbilisi, Georgia (I. Beritashvili institute of Physiology; Department of brain blood flow and metabolism); Medical doctor – anesthesiologist. Currently holding a position as Post doctoral Fellow at the Dept. of Medical Radiation Physics in Lund.

Research area: Microcirculation - development of new techniques for perfusion assessment using MRI.

Ph.D Students

adnan

 

Adnan Bibic, M.Sc. 

Full-time Ph.D. student. Planned dissertation 2012 in Lund (Radiation Physics/MR).

Research area: Microcirculation - development of new techniques for perfusion assessment using MRI. 

renata

 

Renata Madru, M.Sc. 

Full-time Ph.D. student. Planned dissertation 2013 in Lund (Radiation Physics NM/MR).

Research area: Sentinel node imaging with combined SPECT/PET/MR, based on magnetic, radioactive and fluorescence nanoparticles for guided surgery of breast cancer and malignant melanoma.

johanna

Johanna Mårtensson

Full-time Ph.D. student. Planned dissertation 2016 in Uppsala (Radiation Physics/MR).

Research area: Diffusion measurements

e-mail: johanna.martensson@radiol.uu.se

anders

 

Anders Nilsson, M.Sc. 

Full-time Ph.D. student. Planned dissertation 2013 in Lund (Radiation Physics/MR).

Research area: Macrocirculation (flow). 

anna

 

Anna Rydhög, M.Sc. 

Full-time Ph.D. student. Planned dissertation 2014 in Lund (Radiation Physics/MR).

Research area: Microcirculation - development of new techniques for perfusion assessment using MRI. 

e-mail: Anna.Rydhog@med.lu.se 

emelie

 

Emelie Lindgren, M.Sc. 

Full-time Ph.D. student. Planned dissertation 2014 in Lund (Radiation Physics/MR).

Research area: Microcirculation - development of new techniques for perfusion assessment using MRI. 

e-mail: Emelie.Lindgren@med.lu.se 

 

andre

André Ahlgren, M.Sc.

Full-time Ph.D. student. Planned dissertation 2016 in Lund (Radiation Physics/MR).

Research area: Microcirculation - development of new techniques for perfusion assessment using MRI.

e-mail: andre.ahlgren@med.lu.se

 

filip

Filip Szczepankiewicz, M.Sc.

Full-time Ph.D. student. Planned dissertation 2016 in Lund (Radiation Physics/MR).

Research area: Diffusion measurements

e-mail: filip.szczepankiewicz@gmail.com

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