Funding Sources

 Swiss National Science Foundation

2017-2021: A Paradigm Shift in MRI of the Heart: 5D Imaging - Sample Now and Ask Questions Later
PI: Matthias Stuber

2016-2019: Hyperpolarized metabolic imaging of the heart for the quantification of metabolic changes in cardiotoxicity
PI: Jessica Bastiaansen

2014-2017: Molecular Imaging of Perfluorocarbons for the Quantitative Characterization of Atherosclerosis Progression
PI: Ruud van Heeswijk

2014-2015: Development of Advanced Translational High-Field MRI
PI: Matthias Stuber
Co-Investigators: Roger Hullin, Patric Hagmann, Jean-Philippe Thiran, Olaf Blanke, Jürg Schwitter, Michel Burnier

2013-2015: Non-invasive and Regional 3D Measures of Coronary Vasomotor Function, Delayed Hyperenhancement and Vessel Wall Plaque Characteristics in Early Atherosclerosis Using Advanced High-Field Magnetic Resonance Imaging
PI: Matthias Stuber

2012-2015: 19F-Fluorine MRI as a novel imaging approach for detection and tracking of specific cell populations in-vivo
PI: Juerg Schwitter (Cardiology, CHUV)
Co-investigator: Matthias Stuber

2010-2013: Prognostic value of renal tissue oxygenation on renal disease progression in patients with hypertension and renal diseases
PI: Michel Burnier (Nephrology, CHUV)
Co-investigator: Matthias Stuber

2013-2016: Cardiac Magnetic Resonance Imaging with T2 relaxation time for Non-Invasive Detection of Acute Allograft Rejection in the Maintenance Phase after Orthotopic Heart Transplantation
PI: Roger Hullin (Cardiology, CHUV)
Co-investigator: Matthias Stuber

 


2011-2013 New Methods for Non-Invasive, Safe and Precise In Utero Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Fetal Heart for the Improved Planning of Congenital Cardiac Surgery
PI: Matthias Stuber

 

2016-2017 Non-invasive in vivo metabolic quantification of the cardioprotective effect of food supplements in chemotherapy-induced cardiac dysfunction
PI: Jessica Bastiaansen

2012-2013 Non-Invasive Quantitative Magnetic Resonance T2-mapping of the Heart for Improved Guidance of Coronary Revascularization Therapy after Myocardial Infarction
PI: Ruud van Heeswijk
Co-investigator: Matthias Stuber

 

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2014-2016 Quantitative imaging of inflammatory lesions in a mouse model of multiple sclerosis with fluorine-19 MRI
PI: Ruud van Heeswijk
Co-PI: Christian Federau

 

2006-2013 Non-Invasive Measures of Regional Coronary Endothelial Function by 3T MRI.
PI: Matthias Stuber

2009-2014 Altered Creatine Kinase Energy Metabolism in Human Heart Failure.
PI: Robert G Weiss (Johns Hopkins Hospital, USA)
Co-investigator: Matthias Stuber

 

2017 - 2018 Quantitative and Non-Invasive Whole-Heart Tissue Characterization for the Guidance of Cardiovascular Therapy
PI: Ruud van Heeswijk

2013 - 2014 Fluorine Magnetic Resonance Imaging for the Quantitative Characterization of Atherosclerosis Progression
PI: Ruud van Heeswijk
Co-investigator: Matthias Stuber

 

2013 - 2016 Fluorine Magnetic Resonance Imaging for the Quantitative Characterization of Atherosclerosis Progression
PI: Ruud van Heeswijk

 

2013-2017 From Superparamagnetic Nano-particles until Tools for Detection and Treatment of Cancer
PI: Heinrich Hofmann
Co-PI: Matthias Stuber

National Competence Center in Biomedical Imaging

2011-2014 Accelerated Zonal Magnetic Resonance Flow Measurement Methods for Assessing Endothelial Function
PI: Sebastian Kozerke (ETH Zürich) and Matthias Stuber

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