The research and teaching program of the BioMedical NMR group (Department of Biomedical Engineering) is aimed at the development and use of in vivo magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and spectroscopy (MRS) techniques. MRI and MRS offer exciting possibilities for the investigation of a range of structural, functional and metabolic parameters in living systems. MRI and MRS are non-invasive and therefore ideally suited for repeated studies, in which changes in tissues are followed over time. This non-invasiveness and the richness of the information that is obtained explain the important role of MR in biological and biomedical research. Not surprisingly, MR has also rapidly gained an important position in human healthcare since its first arrival in medical centers in the late 1980’s.
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