We are part of the H2020-MSCA-ITN-2017 HYBRID (Healthcare Yearns for Bright Researchers for Imaging Data, 2017-2021) project in collaboration with 10 partners from Germany, Austria, United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Danemark, and Belgium.

The HYBRID project supports 15 PhD students that are all working towards more powerful in vivo molecular imaging, especially involving PET/MR, for personnalised medicine, using the most advanced technologies and processing approaches, including dynamic imaging and artificial intelligence approaches. To know more about the HYBRID project, please go to the dedicated web site.

People involved in the lab : David Wallis, Irène Buvat (responsible)