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Imaging core

Overall aim

This research line focuses on structural imaging markers for neurodegenerative disorders and cancer. An important part is neuroimaging, but also with work on whole-body MRI. High-dimensional imaging markers, consisting of millions of variable describing organ structure, are an important part of this. This research line focuses on structural imaging markers for neurodegenerative disorders and cancer. An important part is neuroimaging, but also with work on whole-body MRI. High-dimensional imaging markers, consisting of millions of variable describing organ structure, are an important part of this.

  • Neuroimaging, i.e. cranial MRI, CT
  • Whole-body MRI
  • Cellular imaging

Active team members

Hieab Adams

Principal investigator

Tavia Evans

Postdoctoral researcher

Maria Knol

PhD candidate

Sander Lamballais

PhD candidate

Ikrame Tajioui

Master student

News

Subcortical GWAS published in Nature Genetics
QDECR software at Human Brain Mapping conference in Rome
Telorism data processed for 35.000 scans
Journal club on machine learning in clinical prediction
JPND working group statement published
Acceptance abstracts to ESHG 2019
New R package launched by SandeR Lamballais
Partha Haldar submits grant for UNITED consortium extension in India
Literature of all published imaging studies in neurodegeneration research
Paper on cognition genes published in Aging
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