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Research Interests:

My current research focuses on medical applications for Fast Field-Cycling MRI (FFC MRI).

FFC MRI is a new technology of MRI scanners that provides the ability to change the main magnetic field during a scan. This seemingly simple modification can actually be used in a great variety of applications and brings much information that is otherwise unaccessible from conventional scanners.

At the moment I am working on applying FFC MRI for the detection or characterisation of several pathologies, from osteoarthritis to cancer or thrombosis. I am interested in any medical problem that involves detection or chearacterisation.

Research Keywords:

MRI, FFC MRI, double resonance, medical applications, osteoarthritis, cancer, liver fibrosis, thrombosis, muscle injury, sarcopenia, spin relaxation mechanisms

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    In vivo assessment of tumour associated macrophages in murine melanoma obtained by low-field relaxometry in the presence of iron oxide particles

    Baroni, S., Ruggiero, M. R., Bitonto, V., Broche, L. M., Lurie, D. J., Aime, S. & Crich, S. G., Apr 2020, In : Biomaterials. 236, 119805.

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    Slow dynamics of solid proteins: Nuclear Magnetic Resonance relaxometry versus Dielectric Spectroscopy

    Kruk, D., Masiewicz, E., Wojciechowski, M., Florek-Wojciechowska, M., Broche, L. M. & Lurie, D. J., 19 Mar 2020, In : Journal of Magnetic Resonance.

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    Bilateral Breast coil for Fast Field-Cycling Relaxometric MRI

    Davies, G. R., Broche, L., Gagliardi, T., Lurie, D. J. & Ross, P. J., May 2019.

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