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Mariam Andersson

Email

Tel.

+46 76 320 0125

Position

Postdoc

Affiliations

DTU

Research Interests

The true, three-dimensional architecture of the brain. What does the brain tissue really look like on a microstructural level and how is it organised? The applicaton of ultra-high resolution synchrotron techniques to visualise the 3D microstructural environment in brain tissue and gain a better understanding of how structural features contribute to the low resolution signals obtained with diffusion MRI

Curriculum Vitae

Education

2021

PhD in Physics, DRCMR

2017

MSc in Physics, Lund University

2015

BSc in Physics, Lund University

Employments

2021 - Present

Postdoc at DRCMR

2017 - 2021

PhD Student at DRCMR

2016 - 2017

Student Assistant at MAX IV

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Publications

Peer-Reviewed Conference Abstracts and Presentations

Andersson, M., Pizzolato, M., Kjer, HM., Lundell, H., Dyrby, T.B. (2021). Feasibility of axon diameter estimation in complex fiber architectures by powder averaging of the diffusion MRI signal in Proceedings of the 2021 ISMRM & SMRT Virtual Conference & Exhibition. Oral presentation.

Winther, S., Andersson, M., Lundell, H., Dyrby, T. (2021). Susceptibility-induced fiber orientation dependency of the DWI signal in white matter measured in ex vivo rat brain at 7 T in Proceedings of the 2021 ISMRM & SMRT Virtual Conference & Exhibition.

Andersson, M., Rafael-Patino, J., Kjer HM., Andersen Dahl, V, Pacureanu, A., Bech, M., Bjorholm Dahl, A., Thiran, J-P., Dyrby, T.B. (2020). The impact of axon orientation dispersion and 3D diameter variations on the transverse apparent diffusion coefficient in Proceedings of the 2020 ISMRM & SMRT Virtual Conference & Exhibition. Oral presentation.

Winther, S., Lundell, H., Andersson, M., Dyrby, T.B. (2020). Orientation-dependent biases in powder averaging caused by inhomogeneous distributions of magnetic susceptibility in white matter in Proceedings of the 2020 ISMRM & SMRT Virtual Conference & Exhibition.

Andersson, M., Kjer HM., Rafael-Patino, J., Andersen Dahl, V, Pacureanu, A., Thiran, J-P., Bech, M., Bjorholm Dahl, A., Dyrby, T. (2019). Uncovering 3D Axonal Morphologies with Synchrotron Imaging: Impact on Microstructure Imaging with Diffusion MRI in Proceedings of the ISMRM 27th Annual Meeting & Exhibition, 2019. Oral presentation.

Rafael-Patino, J., Yu, T., Andersson, M., Andersen Dahl, V, Pacureanu, A., Thiran, J-P., Bech, M., Bjorholm Dahl, A., Dyrby, T.B. (2019). Phantoms for Diffusion Simulations: Multi-Objective Differential Evolution for Realistic Numerical (MODERN) Phantoms in Proceedings of the ISMRM 27th Annual Meeting & Exhibition, 2019.

Andersson, M., Kjer HM., Andersen Dahl, V, Bech, M., Pacureanu, A., Bjorholm Dahl, A., Dyrby, T.B. (2018). Using X-Ray Imaging to Visualise the 3D Architecture of White Matter in Proceedings of the 69th Annual Conference of the Nordic Microscopy Society, 2018. Invited talk.

Publications

Andersson, M, Pizzolato, M., Kjer, HM., Skodborg Forum, K., Lundell, H., Dyrby, T.B., (2021). Does powder averaging remove dispersion bias in diffusion MRI diameter estimates within real 3D axonal architectures?. bioRxiv.

Andersson, M., Kjer, HM., Rafael-Patino, J., Pacureanu, A., Pakkenberg, B., Thiran, J-P., Ptito, M., Bech, M., Bjorholm Dahl, A., Andersen Dahl, V., Dyrby, T.B., (2020). Axon morphology is modulated by the local environment and impacts the noninvasive investigation of its structure–function relationship. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 117 (52) 33649-33659.

Peruzzi, N., Veress, B., Dahlin, L.B., Salditt, T., Andersson, M., Eckermann, M., Frohn, J., Robisch, A-L., Bech, M., Ohlsson, B. (2020). 3D analysis of the myenteric plexus of the human bowel by X-ray phasecontrast tomography–a future method? Scandinavian Journal of Gastroenterology, 55:10, 1261-1267.

Brydegaard, M., Larsson, J., Török, S., Malmqvist, E., Zhao, G., Jansson, S., Andersson, M., Svanberg, S., Åkesson, S., Laurell, F., Bood, J. (2018). Short-Wave infrared atmospheric scheimpflug lidar. EPJ Web Conf., 176. Scientific Summary No. of citations (Google Scholar 13-10-2021): 38, No. of peer-reviewed journal articles: 2, No. of pre-prints: 1, No. of conference proceedings: 8.