Dr Andreas Wetscherek's team are developing new MRI techniques for radiotherapy with particular application to the UK's first MR-Linac machine.
Dr Andreas Wetscherek's research is focused on developing magnetic resonance imaging techniques for radiotherapy with particular application to the UK’s first MR-Linac machine.
I am a Postdoctoral Training Fellow working on implementing latest MR image reconstruction techniques to develop fast volumetric imaging for MR Linac. Specifically, the focus of the project is the fast mapping of relaxation parameters to characterise hypoxia in tumours to determine their resistance to radiotherapy treatment.
I work on imaging techniques to facilitate new applications in MRI-guided radiotherapy of lung cancer. My PhD project’s focus is on the generation of high-fidelity synthetic CT images from data acquired on the ICR’s MR-Linac. These images will provide the means to re-optimise radiation placement minutes before treatment begins.
I am a PhD student working on accelerating magnetic resonance imaging to improve radiotherapy treatment on the MR-Linac. My project aims at reconstructing volumetric images from the scanner in real-time to enable the radiotherapy treatment to compensate for respiratory motion when delivering the radiation.
I am a Postdoctoral Training Fellow working on distortion-less diffusion-weighted MRI for the Unity MR-Linac system. Another research interest to me is characterization of intravoxel incoherent motion with tailored diffusion-weighting gradient profiles. To achieve this, I use MR pulse programming, which I learned during my PhD on MR Neurography.