Data acquisition

PIs: Dr Evelyne Balteau, PhD, Dr Mohamed Bahri, PhD & Prof Christophe Philips, Ir PhD

 

MR physics and MRI sequence development

Ongoing neuroimaging research projects are supported by the development of innovative MR imaging techniques and pulse sequences, optimized for general and specific research goals.

Our main research interests include:

  • high-resolution anatomical and functional MRI (fMRI),
  • real-time fMRI and brain-computer interface,
  • simultaneous EEG/MRI data acquisition
  • quiet EPI sequences optimized for sleep studies,
  • shimming,
  • optimization of diffusion imaging sequences for the characterization of aging brain and related diseases,
  • optimization of arterial spin labelling sequences and blood flow quantification for the characterization of aging brain and related diseases,
  • parallel imaging and related image reconstruction techniques,
  • development of quality assurance protocols for various MRI and fMRI techniques.




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