Medical Imaging Technology

Last Changed: 08.12.2017


In close collaboration, the Department of Nuclear Medicine and the Department of Radiology are proud to offer a comprehensive introduction to the major aspects of medical imaging systems used in todays clinical day-to-day routine. The class will take place in the library of the Department of Radiology.

Time: 2:00 to 3:30 p.m.
Location: Library of the Department of Radiology

Lectures (PDF)


23.10.2017

:   

Physical Basics, Digital Radiography


 

#1 (45MB)

 

PD Dr. P. Noël

06.11.2017

:

Computed Tomography


#2

PD Dr. P. Noël

13.11.2017

:

MR-Physics


#3 & #4 (each ~20MB)

PD Dr. D. Karampinos

20.11.2017

:

MR-Pulse-Sequences


#7

PD Dr. C. Ganter

27.11.2017

:

Contrast Medium in Radiology


#5 & #6

Dr. M. Busse

04.12.2017

:

Clinical Examples and Demonstrations


#8 (21MB)

PD Dr. K. Holzapfel

11.12.2017

:

Nuclear Medical Imaging basics, Scintillation Detector, Gamma-Camera


#9

Dr. J. Cabello

18.12.2017

:

SPECT, PET, animal PET


#9

PD Dr. S. Nekolla,
Dr. J. Cabello

08.01.2018

:

Biokinetic Modeling


#10

Dr. K. Shi

15.01.2018

:

Multimodal Imaging, Applications


#9 & #11

PD Dr. S. Nekolla

22.01.2018

:

Written Exam (02:00-03:30 p.m.)


Library of the Department of Radiology

The handouts #9 to #11 are available on the homepage of the Department of Nuclear Medicine.


Contact

For further information please contact

PD Dr. Peter Noël (peter.noel@tum.de)
Department of Radiology
4140 - 7220

PD Dr. Stephan Nekolla
Department of Nuclear Medicine
4140 - 2959

For administrative questions please contact:

Birgit Meißner (birgit.meissner@tum.de)