Mr Felix Kreis
Research title: New methods and applications of Hyperpolarized MRI. Felix completed his MSc in Physics at the Technical University of Berlin with a thesis on 31P brain MRI before moving to Cambridge to work on hyperpolarized MRI. He started his PhD in 2015 in Prof Brindles Lab. His research focuses on developing MRI based methods for dynamic imaging of tumour metabolism. In his first year project he worked on a MRI method for transferring hyperpolarized magnetisation from 13C to 1H nuclei. That would allow image acquisition using proton coils and give a significant increase in signal strength. Now he is also working on Deuterium Metabolic Imaging (DMI). Felix is funded by a Marie-Curie Fellowship, he is therefore also part the corresponding Initial Training Network europol-itn.eu .
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