Two times congratulations to second cohort PhD student Tom Meyer with his first authorship at two new BIOQIC publications: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/35691940/ https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fbioe.2022.886363/full
BIOQIC PI Marc Dewey and his team publish the first DISCHARGE analysis on Coronary CT in the New England Journal of Medicine
BIOQIC PI Marc Dewey and his team publish the first DISCHARGE analysis on Coronary CT in the New England Journal of Medicine. More details here: https://www.charite.de/en/service/press_reports/artikel/detail/an_accurate_and_low_risk_diagnostic_test_for_coronary_artery_disease/ Congratulations to Prof. Dewey and his team for this great accomplishment!
Submission for abstracts and Trainee Stipend Applications is now open for the ISMRM Workshop on Magnetic Resonance Elastograph. The workshop takes place from 25-26 August 2022 in Berlin, Germany. Deadline for Submissions & Membership Applications is: 07 July 2022 at 23:59 UTC. Details about the workshop are found on the website.
The new BIOQIC program from May-October 2022 is now available and includes special events such as the 6th colloquium at Charité Virchow Campus with social event, a canoe trip, relay run, and the yearly BIOQIC Days end of September at the Inselhotel Potsdam. Click this post to see the program.
Nowruz, the Iranian New Year, was celebrated by the elastography group on March 21. The festivity marks the first day of spring and the renewal of nature. Thanks go to Mahsa Salimi Majd, associated PhD student at BIOQIC, for organizing this celebration!
BIOQIC seminars are each Tuesday from 16-17 h on MS Teams Date Time Presenter 11/01/22 16-17h Simone Hufnagel & Dr. Christoph Kolbitsch – Journal Club 18/01/22 16-17h Dr. Sarah Spreckelmeyer – Career and project overview 25/01/22 16-17h Felix Krüger & Dr. Sebastian Schmitter – Journal Club 01/02/22 16-17h Charité Welcome Center –…
New research in Germany shows that changes to the mechanical properties of cells can cause a brain tumour to become malignant. Josef Käs of the University of Leipzig and Ingolf Sack of the Charité-Universitätsmedizin Berlin and colleagues have shown that a brain tumour is a unique material and its spread is driven by physics as well as biomechanics. Using…
Johannes Mayer, PhD student of our first cohort, defended his PhD on 30th September 2021 at the Technical University Berlin ‘mit Auszeichnung’. We congratulate Johannes with this accomplishment!
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!
Register now for the ISMRM MRE study group virtual meeting on 18th November, it’s free for all ISMRM members.