- Open position: Leader of the 7T MR physics group for hardware and methods development
- Mette Hauge Lauritzen defended PhD thesis on MRI of cardiac metabolism using hyperpolarized pyruvate
- 7T magnet for MRI research arrived succesfully at Hvidovre Hospital
- Symposium with Ross Cunnington and Toshiyuki Fujiwara
- Our dear colleague Lise Vejby SĂ¸gaard passed away unexpectedly
- First ever ESMRMB course on MRI Simulation attracted 40 participants
The mission of the Danish Research Centre for Magnetic Resonance (DRCMR) is to bridge MR physics, basic physiology, and clinical research. Approximately 70 researchers are currently pursuing basic and clinically applied MR research with a focus on structural, functional, and metabolic MRI of the human brain and its diseases. The DRCMR is embedded in Center for Functional and Diagnostic Imaging and Research, a large diagnostic imaging department at Copenhagen University Hospital Hvidovre, including all imaging modalities. A close interaction with clinicians and radiologists, and an excellent MR research infrastructure make the DRCMR one of the leading research centres for biomedical MRI in Europe. It includes a pre-clinical 4.7T MR scanner, five whole-body MR scanners, a neuropsychology laboratory, an EEG laboratory, and two laboratories for non-invasive brain stimulation.