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Enedino Hernández-Torres




Research Fellow

Research Interests

I have worked with many different MRI modalities to date. In most projects, I was responsible for data processing and analysis. At the DRCMR, I want to pursue my interest in diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) and use it in combination with other MRI modalities to study tissue properties non-invasively

Curriculum Vitae



PhD in Physics, Universidad de Guanajuato, Mexico


MSc in Physics, Universidad de Guanajuato, Mexico


BSc in Physics, Universidad Veracruzana, Mexico


2020 - Present

Research Fellow at DRCMR

2019 - 2020

Research Associate at Neurology Division, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada

2016 - 2019

Research Associate at Department of Paediatrics, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada

2011 - 2016

Postdoctoral fellowship at MRI Research Centre, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada

Full CV


D. Kor, C. Birkl, S. Ropele, J. Doucette, T. Xu, V. Wiggermann, E. Hernández-Torres, S. Hametner, A. Rauscher. The role of iron and myelin in orientation dependent R2* of white matter. NMR in Biomedicine.

J. Doucette, L. Wei, E. Hernández-Torres, C. Kames, N.D. Forkert, R. Aamand, T.E. Lund, B. Hansen, A. Rauscher. Rapid solution of the Bloch-Torrey equation in anisotropic tissue: Application to dynamic susceptibility contrast MRI of cerebral white matter. Neuroimage. 185, pag. 198-207

E. Hernández-Torres, N. Kassner, N. Daniel Forkert, L. Wei, V. Wiggermann, M. Daemen, L. Machan, A. Traboulsee, D.K.B. Li, A. Rauscher. Anisotropic cerebral vascular architecture causes orientation dependency in cerebral blood flow and volume measured with dynamic susceptibility contrast MRI. JCBFM, 37(3), pag. 1108-1119.

E. Hernández-Torres, V. Wiggermann, S. Hametner, T.R. Baumeister, A.D. Sadovnick, Y. Zhao, L. Machan, D.K.B. Li, A. Traboulsee, and A. Rauscher. Orientation dependent MR signal decay differentiates between people with MS, their asymptomatic siblings and unrelated healthy controls. PlosOne, 10(10).

C. Denk, E. Hernández-Torres, A. MacKay, and A. Rauscher. The influence of white matter fibre orientation on MR signal phase and decay. NMR Biomedicine, Vol.24, Pag. 246-252.