“Our goal is to push the envelope of MR methodology development to address significant human health concerns and in the pursuit of new knowledge. Using an interdisciplinary, translational, creative and collaborative approach that includes basic scientists, clinicians and industry alike, the whole of this effort is greater than the sum of its parts.”
A new multidisciplinary PhD project on the quantification of cardiovascular flow has become available. This project is part of an established collaboration with clinicians in Cardiology and Radiology at the Lausanne University Hospital (CHUV) that has already had an impact in changing clinical practice. You will have the opportunity to disseminate your work and collaborate with our extensive international network of research institutions including our partners for this flow project, Northwestern University in Chicago, USA. Highly motivated engineering and physicists are encouraged to apply before March 15. More information can be found here.
IHU LIRYC – Electrophysiology and Heart Modeling Institute – is a unique institute based in Bordeaux distinguished for its expertise in heart rhythm disorders with a medley of world-renowned experts working in various fields (clinical, imaging, modeling, artificial intelligence, computer science, …).
The position is available immediately and for the expected duration of 12 months. With the possibility of prolongation. The research project will be in strong collaboration with the Centre Hospitalier Universitaire (CHU) of Bordeaux and industrial partners, including Siemens.
Professor Matthias Stuber, CIBM MRI CHUV-UNIL Section Head and collaborators have received FNS R’Equip funding for the project Low-Field MRI – The Next Frontier.
The R’Equip grant will contribute to the acquisition of the Siemens MAGNETOM Free. Max 0.55T ultra low field MRI system which will be hosted at the Lausanne University Hospital (CHUV).
Read more about it here
The imaging team at IHU-LIRYC has recently developed a new technology enabling the first-ever coloured representation of myocardial scarring using cardiac magnetic resonance imaging. To push its clinical acceptance, a set of image processing algorithms will need to be implemented, optimised, and validated on our clinical MRI scanners.
This will require the use of C/C++ libraries (e.g., ITK, MKL) and artificial intelligence-based tools to perform image segmentation, object localisation, image registration, and radiomics-based features extraction.
Should you be interested, please submit a CV to Aurelien Bustin, PhD (email@example.com)
Congratulations to Dr. Christopher W. Roy for receiving an SNSF Ambizione career grant on the development of novel fetal MRI techniques! This grant enables Dr. Roy to expand his activities with fetal MRI, to establish his own research group, and to deepen his clinical collaborations in Lausanne and elsewhere. The project includes a PhD position on the development of fetal-specific dynamic 3D acquisition and reconstruction strategies – download the description below and apply before it’s gone!