How do tumors and metastases develop? What makes them resistant to treatment? We want to investigate these questions with a new research group at Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin using the new imaging technique of magnetic resonance elastography (MRE). The project is now being funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG).
We are happy to have the support of Kristina Pavicevic for the coordination of our Research Training Group and MRE Working Group! Kristina has extensive experience in curating complex projects in the arts and sciences – welcome!
The good news: Bernhard has successfully defended his PhD thesis magna cum laude. Congratulations on this milestone in the development of non-invasive cerebral elastography with ultrasound!
Helge has passed his dissertation summa cum laude! Congratulations!
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The workshop takes place in the lecture hall Sauerbruchweg 2, Charité – University Medicine Berlin, Campus Mitte. Please enter the campus from the main entrance Charitéplatz 1 (formerly Schumannstrasse). Show your written invitation to the workshop at the gate. After 50m turn right to Hufelandweg, after another 20m turn left into Sauerbruchweg. Number two is…
please have a look at the exciting program of our upcoming workshop of the ISMRM on MRE in Berlin