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The Capital Region of Denmark - a part of Copenhagen University Hospital
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  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) physics for microstructural imaging i.e. diffusion MRI and quantitative MRI
  • Non-invasive mapping of the brain network using tractography.
  • Advanced neuro image analysis
  • Basic research in neuroimaging using preclinical MRI
  • Applied research in healthy and diseased human subjects in the search for new diagnostic tools.

Main research areas

To invent, design and combine novel non-invasive imaging technologies for displaying microstructural features of the connectome in the living human brain today only seen in a microscope. Microstructural features are cell shapes, sizes and densities at the micrometer length scale. I investigate the plasticity of these microstructural features in relation to the brain network and brain physiology in normal and diseased conditions.

Current research

Microstructure and plasticity imaging, and it’s relation to brain physiology in the healthy and diseased brain.

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