Random Walk Imaging

Improved blood flow measurements

In this study, it was demonstrated that our method to measure flow improves the accuracy and precision of the conventional imaging method. Also, the method developed by Random Walk Imaging is feasible for in vivo imaging of the brain perfusion fraction. Conventional imaging has a clinical interest with applications to tumors of the liver, breast, prostate and brain, and our method could aid in these diseases with a higher specificity.



the People behind this:

Samo Lasič

Dr. Samo Lasič

Head of Technology Development


+46 (0) 761 421 992

Dr. Markus Nilsson

Associate Senior Lecturer at the Department of Diagnostic Radiology, Lund University

Dr. Daniel Topgaard

Head of Research and Development,
Professor in Physical Chemistry, Lund University