- Vacancy: PhD scholarship in biochemistry probed by Hyperpolarized Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy
- Vacancies: PhD stipend and MSc projects in the field of MRI and human head modelling
- New understanding: The right side of the brain helps the left speak when the language is impaired by stroke
- MRI acquisition and analysis course 2013-2014
- Henrik Lund succesfully defended PhD on MRI of normal-appearing brain tissue in multiple sclerosis
- ESMRMB course on MRI simulation in December confirmed
The focus of the DRCMR is to provide first class clinical examinations and to advance the use of magnetic resonance as a clinical and investigative tool. Consequently, DRCMR staff employ state-of-the art instrumentation and bioinformatics tools for the diagnosis and management of patients and for a range of biomedical investigations. Furthermore, methodological development is targeted at refining MRI measurements and at integrating MRI with other modalities.
The clinical work and research is integrated for the benefit of the patients. Approximately 4000 clinical MR examinations are performed anually. The research activity is mainly concentrated on the brain, but other organs and topics are covered too. The clinicians and researchers are active participants in national and international scientific communities and collaborations.