Marianna Inglese is a research associate working in the post-processing of MRI and PET data. Her key interest is in developing combined approaches for the improvement of perfusion PET and MRI quantification. She is also interested in developing new and advanced tools for the early diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease.
Marianna joined Imperial College London in 2017, while she was a PhD student. In 2018 she received her PhD from University of Rome La Sapienza, titled "Advanced perfusion quantification methods for dynamic PET and MRI data modelling" and supervised by Prof. Eric Aboagye and Prof. Febo Cincotti. Previously, she obtained her MSc in Biomedical Engineering with a project focused on the carrection of attenuation of breast RF coils in a hybrid PET/MRI scanner.She was supervised by Prof. Frank Prato, University of Western Ontario (Canada).
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