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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. President of the ISMRM Nordic Chapter 2012-2016. Member of the Executive Board of ESMRMB. Secretary of the ESMRMB. Member of the AMPC ISMRM 2013-2016. Chairman of the ISMRM perfusion study group 2017. Member of the Editorial Board Nature Scientific Reports.

Research area: Microcirculation - development of new techniques for perfusion assessment using MRI and Chemical Exchange Saturation Transfer (CEST)

Seniors

mads

Mads Andersen, Ph.D. 

Dissertation in 2016 in Copenhagen (Technical University of Denmark, Electrical Engineering). Philips MR clinical scientist devoted full time to the 7T scanners in Lund and Hvidovre Hospital, Copenhagen.

Research area: Method development 7T, motion correction in brain MRI.

michael g

Michael Gottschalk, Ph.D. 

Dissertation 2003 at Biophysical Chemistry (LTH), Lund University. Laboratory Researcher / MR Physicist at Lund University Bioimaging Center

Research area: Pre-Clinical MRI/MRS

gunther

 

Associate Professor Gunther Helms, Ph.D. 

Dissertation 1994 at Max-Planck-Institute for Biophysical Chemistry, Göttingen. Post-doctoral research at Karolinska Institute (KI), Stockholm, Sweden. Since 2014 Swedish National 7T Facility and Senior Lecturer at Lund University, Sweden

Research area: Quantitative MR methods in clinical and basic neuroscience

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). Laboratory Researcher/MR Physicist
Platform responsible - National 7T

Research area: Cardiac MRI and Flow. 

markus nilsson

Markus Nilsson, Ph.D.

Dissertation 2011 in Lund (Radiation Physics/MR). Assistant Senior Lecturer at the Department of Radiology, LU.

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

johan

 

Associate Professor 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.

pernilla

 

Pernilla Peterson, Ph.D. 

Dissertation 2013 in Malmö (Lund University, Medical Radiation Physics). Postdoc in Malmö at Medical Radiation Physics, Lund University, and Licensed Medical Physicist in the field of MR at Radiation Physics, Skåne University Hospital, Malmö.

Research area: Musculoskeletal imaging, specifically early diagnosis of osteoarthritis at ultra-high field, and quantitative fat/water MR imaging.

olof

 

Olof Strandberg, Ph.D. 

Dissertation 2009 in Lund (Lund University, Mathematical Physics) Research Assistant at Medical Radiation Physics and Assistant researcher at Clinical Memory Research Unit.

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

jonasbild s

 

 Associate Professor Jonas Svensson , Ph.D. 

Dissertation 2002 in Malmö (Lund University, Radiation Physics/MR), Associate professor since 2009, member of ISMRM.  Licensed Medical Physicist working with MRI in the clinic as well as in research. 

Research area: Musculoskeletal imaging, specifically early diagnosis of osteoarthritis at ultra-high field.

frederik

 

 Frederik Testud, Ph.D. 

Dissertation in 2013 in Freiburg (University of Freiburg, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics) performed in the group of Medical Physics, University Medical Center Freiburg. Since August 2015 Senior Research MR-Physicist for Siemens Healthcare AB.

Research area: Method development at 3 T and 1.5 T

rene

 

 René in 't Zandt , Ph.D. 

Dissertation 2000 in Radboud University Nijmegen Medical Centre, Netherlands. Researcher and platform responsible - Preclinical MR at LBIC.

Research area: Pre-Clinical MRI/MRS and CEST

Ph.D Students

andre

André Ahlgren, M.Sc.

Full-time Ph.D. student. Planned dissertation 2017 in Lund (Radiation Physics/MR).

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

adnan

 

Adnan Bibic, M.Sc. 

Full-time Ph.D. student. Planned dissertation 2017 in Lund (Radiation Physics/MR).

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

bjorn

Björn Lampinen, M.Sc. 

Full-time Ph.D. student. Planned dissertation 2018 in Lund (Radiation Physics NM/MR).

Research area: Diffusion measurements

emelie

 

Emelie Lindgren, M.Sc. 

Full-time Ph.D. student. Planned dissertation 2017 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 2016 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, M.Sc.

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

Research area: Diffusion measurements

anna

 

Anna Rydhög, M.Sc. 

Full-time Ph.D. student. Planned dissertation 2017 in Lund (Radiation Physics/MR).

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

e-mail: Anna.Rydhog@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

Research Nurses

 

Johanna Arborelius

Research radiographer                                                                                        

 

boel

Boel Hansson

Research radiographer at the 7T. Part time PhD student

Research area: Ultra-high field (7T) MR safety and diagnostic acceptability - prove of concept at patient level

titti

 

Titti Owman

Senior Research radiographer/coordinator, Member of the ISMRM and SMRT Safety Committees and ISMRM Safety Study Group, Fellow of SMRT since 2014, President elect SMRT 2016-2017.

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