Center for Magnetic Resonance in Biology and Medicine

Innovative MRI methods for the exploration of cardiovascular, musculoskeletal, central nervous systems

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The Center for Magnetic Resonance in Biology and Medicine conducts translational research by developing and applying MR methods and instruments (RM) to explore the morphology, metabolism and physiology of human diseases and associated animal models (rodents). With the support of methodological and engineering teams, our research teams aim at (i) better characterizing healthy and pathological states of the central nervous, cardiovascular and musculoskeletal systems, and (ii) defining new diagnostic and/or therapeutic strategies.

Closing of the EPINOV project

The CRMBM participated in the closing of RHU-EPINOV "Study of the role of large-scale modeling of epileptogenic networks in the prognosis of epilepsy surgery".

New collaborative NeuroMRI book on the shelves!

From an initiative launched by our associate director Maxime Guye,  Karin Markenroth Bloch and Benedikt Poser, a brand new book dedicated to Ultra-high field (7 Tesla) Neuro-MRI is just our on the shelves!

The CRMBM-CEMEREM & Multiwave Imaging pioneers ultra-low field MRI

We are thrilled to unveil an exciting and groundbreaking alliance between Multiwave Imaging and the CRMBM to surmount technical barriers in pursuit of portable ultra-low field (ULF) MRI. This synergistic endeavor will aim to bring MRI to patients, a brand visionary paradigm shift that will be achieved through new heights of innovation.