DCR Lectures

On the last Wednesday of each month (except August and December) 12.45 – 13.30 VIA ZOOM.

Program 2024
Date Lecturer Topic
31.01.2024 Prof. Dr Gian Luca Di Tanna Health Economics and Evidence Generation to Support Medical Decision-Making
28.02.2024 Prof. Dr. Hans Prenen Phase 1 Trials in the Era of Active Drugs
27.03.2024 Dr Simon Wandel Reflections on event adjudication in cardiovascular outcome trials
24.04.2024 Prof. Dr Tobias Nef Digital Neurology – From Assessments to Interventions
29.05.2024 Prof. Dr Jessica Bastiaansen Has MRI delivered its promise? Reflections on past, present and future utility
26.06.2024 Prof. Dr med. Reto Auer Harm Reduction Intervention among Tobacco and Cannabis Smokers
31.07.2024 Prof. Dr med. Dr sc. nat. Cathérine Gebhard Gender Medicine in Switzerland: Change is coming
25.09.2024 Prof. Dr Kathleen Seidel Between neuroscience, clinical neurophysiology and neurooncological surgery- how (basic) science impacts clinical work?
30.10.2024 Prof. Dr. med. Matthias Wilhelm Clinical Research in rehabilitation- challenges and progress in protracted inventions and outcomes
27.11.2024 Prof. Dr Dominik Obrist

DCR Lecture - Wednesday, 29 May 2024

12.45 – 1.30 PM via Zoom.

Has MRI Realized Its Full Potential? - Reflections on Past, Present, and Future Utility

Prof. Dr. Jessica Bastiaansen, an SNSF Eccellenza fellow and Assistant Professor at the University of Bern and the Department of Radiology (Inselspital), leads a research group dedicated to advancing MRI technology. At the heart of MRI is the use of unique water signatures of biological tissues to obtain critical, non-invasive clinical insights without radiation exposure. In her lecture, she discusses whether MRI has fully lived up to its potential, addressing its complexity and opportunities for richer data and broader applications.

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