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Patrick Werner defends his PhD

Patrick Werner, PhD student of the first BIOQIC cohort, defended his PhD thesis with Magna Cum Laude on November 4th 2021. In addition, he recently published his work as a first author in Scientific Reports, all authors are BIOQIC members. Our congratulations!

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BIOQIC GEFA Committee New Member – Simone Hufnagel

It is a pleasure to announce Simone Hufnagel as the new member of the BIOQIC , Gender and Equality for All’ (GEFA) committee. Together with Edengenet Mashilla Dejene, Simone will be representing the 2nd cohort in our activities. We kindly welcome Simone on board!

Innovation Award Goes to BIOQIC Faculty Members!

We are proud to announce that, Prof. Ingolf Sack and Dr. Jing Guo have been awarded the ‘Innovation Award’ of the German Society for Biomedical Engineering (DGBMT) and Family Klee Foundation for Tomoelastography. The prize is endowed with 10,000 euros. We congratulate Prof. Sack and Dr. Guo for their success!

PTB Colloquium: MRI Flow Imaging

PTB kindly invites you to the upcoming colloquium on Monday, 23. August 2021, 11:00 which will be streamed at: https://conf.dfn.de/stream/nr5hv5d7f8qae… Subject: MRI Flow Imaging: Validation, Assessment of Complex Hemodynamics, and the Power of Functional Challenges, Prof. Oliver Wieben, Ph.D.

This summer’s BIOQIC seminar highlights

Aug 3 16-17h Prof. Marvin Doyley, University of Rochester Reconstructive elastography from theory to clinical applications Aug 17 16-17h Prof. Marvin Doyley, University of Rochester Ultrasound Beamforming: How do we do it and what are the challenges Aug 31 16-17h Prof. Kay Raum, Charité,BIH Center for Regenerative Therapies The long and stony path from a…

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New BIOQIC publication: Influence of fibrosis progression on the viscous properties of in vivo liver tissue – congratulations to Rolf Reiter!

We are pleased to inform you about a new BIOQIC publication: Influence of fibrosis progression on the viscous properties of in vivo liver tissue elucidated by shear wave dispersion in multifrequency MR elastography. We congratulate all the authors of this nice work! Don’t forget to check out the paper! https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1751616121003234?dgcid=coauthor

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