CMR at WMIC 2016 conference

Tuesday 13 Sep 16

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Associate Professor Pernille Rose Jensen from Center for Magnetic Resonance attended the World Molecular Imaging Congress 2016

“The 2016 theme of WMIC, Imaging Biology… Improving Therapy, fits very well with my research ambition - to explore, understand and ultimately be able to influence the biological processes of cells”, says Pernille.

""The workshop 'Bugs, Drugs and Star Trek' on imaging of infection and inflammation gave interesting input to my new interest in metabolic responses to infection by bacterial pathogens”. "
Pernille Rose Jensen, Assoc. Prof.

“I found the focus on transdisciplinary imaging and emerging methods and tools inspiring; in particular the workshop Bugs, Drugs and Star Trek on imaging of infection and inflammation gave interesting input to my new interest in metabolic responses to infection by bacterial pathogens”.

The 9th World Molecular Imaging Congress 2016 was held in New York on 7-10 September 2016. For more information, see the World Molecular Imaging Society’s website.

Pernille is a member of the DTU Elektro HYPERMAG Center of Excellence funded by Danish National Research Foundation. Her main research field is non-invasive in vivo imaging of cell metabolism through hyperpolarization with the dissolution Dynamic Nuclear Polarization technique. Pernille manages the HYPERMAG cell laboratory.


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