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«We want to improve the imaging of the inside of living organisms. Beside structures, we also want to show and quantify functions in order to refine the diagnosis of diseases. The focus is on magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and spectroscopy (MRS). These methods have great advantages because they work without roentgen-radiation and yield three dimensional, highly resolved pictures. Moreover, we also gain information about the metabolism. For instance, we are able to directly detect single molecules and to determine their concentration.»

Susann Boretius. Born in Berlin. Professor for Biomedical Imaging at Kiel University since 2011. Before research assistant at Biomedizinische NMR Forschungs GmbH at Max-Planck-Institute for biophysical Chemistry in Göttingen/Germany. Doctoral degree in 2000 at University of Leipzig.

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