Nicoleta is Manager and MR Physicist of the Biological Imaging Centre (BIC) led by Prof Lan Zhao. She joined Imperial College since the launching of the BIC in 2015. Nicoleta obtained her Ph.D. in MR Physics from Lyon 1 University, France, in 2008. She then completed a four-years postdoc in the Medical Physics department, at University Hospital Freiburg, Germany. After working in industry at Bruker BioSpin as Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) and Magnetic Particle Imaging (MPI) Scientist, Nicoleta went back into research as the MR Physicist of the Biological Imaging Centre. Over the years, she has been focused on the medical aspects of MRI, including cardiovascular, oncology and neuroscience imaging applications. Currently she is developing and applying novel multi-parametric magnetic resonance imaging techniques to make progress in the diagnosis and treatment of heart disease.
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