Research

We work on state-of-the-art MRI techniques both on clinical (1.5T/3T) and preclinical MRI (11.7 T) scanners

  • to improve the understanding of physiological processes,
  • to develop novel diagnostic MRI techniques,
  • to disclose novel diagnostic MRI biomarkers,
  • to find new targets for therapeutic treatment

in/for cardiovascular diseases.

National and International Collaborators:

Dr. Luisa Ciobanu
NeuroSpin, CEA,
Gif-sur-Yvette, France

Prof. Dr. Gustav Strijkers
Department of Biomedical Engineering and Physics,
Amsterdam UMC,
University of Amsterdam,
Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Prof. Dr. Christof Karmonik
Houston Methodist Research Institute,
Translational Imaging Center,
Houston, Texas, USA

Dr. Hikari Yoshihara
Laboratory for Functional and Metabolic Imaging,
Institute of Physics,
Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne (EPFL),
Lausanne, Switzerland

Prof. Dr. Ute Neugebauer
Leibniz Institute of Photonic Technology,
Albert-Einstein-Straße 9,
Jena, Germany

Prof. Dr. Marcus Franz
Department of Internal Medicine I,
University Hospital Jena,
Friedrich-Schiller-University Jena,
Jena, Germany

PD Dr. Michael Schwarzer
Department of Cardiothoracic Surgery,
Jena University Hospital,
Friedrich Schiller University Jena,
Jena, Germany

Prof. Dr. José Luis Oliveira / Dr. Eduardo Pinho
BMD Software,
Creative Science Park,
Aveiro, Portugal

Prof. Dr. Walter Heindel
Clinic for Radiology,
University Hospital Münster,
Münster, Germany

Prof. Dr. Cornelius Faber
Clinic for Radiology,
Translational Research Imaging Center,
University Hospital Münster,
Münster, Germany

Prof. Dr. Stefan Reuter
Department of Medicine D,
Division of General Internal Medicine,
Nephrology and Rheumatology,
University Hospital Münster,
Münster, Germany

Dr. Marc Lehmann / PD Dr. Christoph Enzensperger
SmartDyeLivery GmbH
Philosophenweg 7a
Jena, Germany

Publications 2022

A. Nahardani, S. Leistikow, K. Grün, M. Krämer, K.H. Herrmann, A. Schrepper, C. Jung, S. Moradi, P.C. Schulze, L. Linsen, J.R. Reichenbach, V. Hoerr*, Franz M*. Pulmonary Arteriovenous Pressure Gradient and Time-Averaged Mean Velocity of Small Pulmonary Arteries Can Serve as Sensitive Biomarkers in the Diagnosis of Pulmonary Arterial Hypertension: A Preclinical Study by 4D-Flow MRI. Diagnostics (Basel). 12(1):58, 2022. *equally contributed.

Funding

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