The Microstructure Mapping Lab (mic-map!) is led by Prof. Ileana Jelescu and is affiliated to the School of Biology and Medicine of the University of Lausanne (UNIL) and to the Lausanne University Hospital (CHUV). Our group aims to develop an in vivo microscope of brain structure and function, using diffusion & functional MRI.
To this end, we work on the development and validation of new biophysical models of diffusion in tissues and of novel functional MRI contrasts, specific to neuronal activity.
These tools are then applied towards understanding the interplay between microstructure and function in neurological and psychiatric diseases.


New postdoc position open in the MR-physics group at Lund University for working on prostate MRI with Filip Szczepankiewicz! https://lu.varbi.com/en/what:job/jobID:523362/type:job/where:4/apply:1

For PhD students it’s a good idea to gamble on new PIs, on average they are more into it. I often see that the first graduate students that join a lab end up being really successful.

Today, the @hnp_geneva coordinator Anne-Dominique Lodeho-Devauchelle details how the HNP is expanding with two major pieces of equipment arriving @campusbiotech: a 7 Tesla MAGNETOM Terra #MRI from @SiemensHealth and a #MEG TRIUX neo from @meetmegin

More: https://hnp.fcbg.ch/project/ambition-neuroscience-campus-biotech-geneva-hnp/

#MRI people. The deadline to apply for the Gordon research conference on In vivo MRI is 7 days away (June 19). Get onto it! Invite friends! Fantastic for science and networking.
Also, there are some mystery updates to the program-to be announced soon.

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