Mads Andersen

Email

Tel.

+45 2248 0432

Position

Post Doc (DRCMR), Clinical Scientist (Phillips)

Affiliations

Philips Nordic

Research Interests

My interests are MRI physics and method development in general, and motion correction in neuroimaging in particular. MR image quality is severely degraded when patients move during scanning, both directly from e.g. the head moving in and out of image slices, but also from more indirect effects, such as magnetic field changes due to motion of the chest when breathing. Especially the indirect effects become more severe at ultra-high field strengths (7T). My research considers estimation and correction of these motion effects to preserve good image quality despite unavoidable subject motion during scanning.

Research Groups

7T group

Curriculum Vitae

Education

2015

PhD in Electrical Engineering, Technical University of Denmark

2012

MSc in Biomedical Engineering, Technical University of Denmark and University of Copenhagen

2009

BSc in Biomedical Engineering, Technical University of Denmark and University of Copenhagen

Employments

2015 - 2015

Research Assistant, DTU Electro

2012 - 2015

PhD Student, DRCMR

2009 - 2014

Teaching Assistant, DTU

Full CV

Publications

M. Andersen, K. H. Madsen, L. G. Hanson, V. Boer, T. van der Velden, D. Klomp, J. Wezel, M.  van Osch, A. Webb, M. Versluis. Measuring motion-induced B0-fluctuations in the brain using field probes. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 75, p. 2020-203, 2016.

M. Andersen, K. H. Madsen, L. G. Hanson. Prospective motion correction for MRI using EEG-equipment. “Proc. of the ISMRM 23rd Annual Meeting”, 4254, 2016.

M. Andersen, K. H. Madsen, L. G. Hanson, V. Boer, T. van der Velden, D. Klomp, J. Wezel, M.  van Osch, A. Webb, M. Versluis. Placement of field probes for stabilization of breathing-induced B0-fluctuations in the brain. “Proc. of the ISMRM 22nd Annual Meeting”, 2245, 2015.

M. Andersen, K. H. Madsen, L. G. Hanson, V. Boer, T. van der Velden, D. Klomp, J. Wezel, M.  van Osch, M. Versluis.  Mapping and correcting respiration-induced field changes in the brain using fluorine field probes. “Proc. of the ISMRM 22nd Annual Meeting”, 1391, 2014.

M. Andersen and L. G. Hanson. A phantom based validation framework for EEG-fMRI acquisition methods. “Proc. of the ESMRMB 29th Annual Meeting”, 626, 2012.