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François H. Lazeyras

Hôpitaux Universitaires de Genève

Department of Radiology
24, rue Micheli-du-Crest
1211 Geneva 14
(++41) 22 372-7122

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Spectroscopy, blood flow, water diffusion, morphometric imaging, functional imaging

Graduated from the EPFL (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology * Lausanne) in physics, François Lazeyras obtained Ph.D. (May 1990) from the department of physics in Bern having worked in the area of in vivo Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy. Post-doc at Duke University Medical Center (1991) where he developed methods for clinical chemical shift imaging, including 1H and 31P spectroscopy in brain and body. He then obtained a position of research assistant professor of the department of Radiology (1993).

He pursued his work at Geneva (1995) in the department or Radiology of the University Hospital of Geneva, where he is responsible for MRI research in neurosciences, integrating magnetic resonance spectroscopy and functional imaging into research and clinical endeavors of the MRI section

François Lazeyras research interest is in the development of magnetic resonance imaging and spectroscopy of metabolic function of tissues. The group focus on biomedical applications in clinical environment of metabolic imaging as well as imaging related to blood flow and water diffusion using magnetic resonance spectroscopy as well as morphometric and functional imaging.

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