Random Walk Imaging

Projects

Random Walk Imaging make use of diffusion MRI in order to provide new specific imaging biomarkers for secure diagnosis and treatment follow-up, without using contrast fluids and invasive biopsies.

Since this development demands a truly multidisciplinary effort, we work closely with well-renowned clinical researchers all over the world. Selected projects are found below.

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  • Workshop October 2017

    Practicalities of b-tensor encoding with free gradient waveforms Want to learn how to acquire data with “fat b-tensors”? Come to Lund in October 5-6, 2017. We will cover the practicalities concerning both acquisition and analysis of fat b-tensor data, and how to use it for characterization of heterogeneous anisotropic tissues. For details, see the workshop […]

    Brain plasticity and learning capabilities

    Here, scientists investigate whether performance in auditory and visual statistical learning tasks are related to white matter microstructure. Acquired data will be compared with independent assessments of statistical learning capabilities. Scan time is 9 minutes and is performed on a Siemens Prisma 3 T. Parts of the results in this project has been published by […]

    Workshop April 2017

    Practicalities of b-tensor encoding with free gradient waveforms This workshop took place in Lund, April 6-7, 2017, and covered the practicalities concerning both acquisition and analysis of fat b-tensor data, and how to use it for characterization of heterogeneous anisotropic tissues. For details, see the workshop outline. Organized in collaboration with Lund University.

    Diffusion Workshop at Bäckaskog Castle

    Diffusion Workshop 2016 at Bäckaskog Castle

    This workshop brought together members of the academic community to discuss recent advances and challenges in NMR/MRI diffusion encoding schemes. The objective of the workshop was to discuss the theoretical findings and to identify primary applications for the novel diffusion MRI methodology, and to identify and form strategies to shorten acquisition times in order to […]

    Diffusion Workshop 2013 at the Ice Hotel

    In this workshop, members of the academic community discussed recent advances and challenges in double pulsed field gradient (double-PFG) diffusion MRI. All invited participants gave a short presentation of their research in the field. Workshop objectives included identifying primary applications for the double-PFG diffusion methodology, discuss the theoretical framework used, disseminate theoretical findings of all invited […]