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Magnetic Resonance Systems Lab

Department of Imaging Physics, TU Delft

At Mars Lab we work all day and night - mostly day - to advance quantitative Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI). We pursue two main veins of research. Firstly, we work on the development of novel biomarkers to enable non-invasive assessment of tissue integrity in greater detail and provide insights beyond conventional MRI contrasts. Secondly, we work on accelerated and motion-insensitive quantification of imaging parameters to facilitate clinical translation of quantitative MRI. Click on research to find out more.

Prinicpal Investigator:

Sebastian Weingärtner

Assistant Professor
E S.Weingartner-at-tudelft.nl

T +1 650-334-9502

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We're hiring

Join the best lab in the world! Or join ours. It's also good.

Get in touch to find out about specific projects of interest or to find out more about the positions. To apply please follow the application procedure specified below.

January 1, 2020

Post-Doc

We're hiring a post-doctoral fellow to work on various topics of quantitative MRI. We value excitement and drive more than prior experience with specific topics in MRI, but the candidate should hold a Ph.D. in physics, biomedical engineering, computer science or a related field. The initial appointment will be for up to two years.

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January 1, 2020

Ph.D. Student

We're looking for talented individuals with physics, math or engineering backgrounds to pursue their Ph.D. in medical imaging in a fun and productive environment. Ph.D. positions in the Netherlands are planned for four years. The student will start his own research line working on developing new MRI methodology under close guidance of the senior lab members.

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July 1, 2019

Bachelor's and Master's Projects

We always welcome driven students that want to gain research experience. Students at Mars Lab will work in a multi-disciplinary environment and will be exposed to theoretical, computational and experimental research at the interface of physics and medicine. Please apply with 1) a detailed CV, 2) transcript of bachelor's / master's studies and 3) a letter detailing your research interest. Send these documents directly to me via e-mail.

Contact Us

Building 22, Room D 206

Lorentzweg 1, 2628 CJ Delft, The Netherlands

S.Weingartner-at-tudelft.nl

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