The Cerebrovascular Imaging group’s mission is the development of high field MRI methods that target the cerebrovascular structure and function with high sensitivity and precision, and their application in brain imaging in health and disease.

Developments encompass hardware, MRI and fMRI data acquisition methods, analysis methods, and biophysical, computational models.

Applications encompass neurological and cerebrovascular diseases, neurovascular coupling, and neuroscience.

Principal investigators:

  • Jeroen Siero
    High resolution 4D vascular imaging methods and analysis pipelines for unraveling brain physiology of hemodynamics in diseases
  • Natalia Petridou
    High field high resolution functional and structural MRI, neurovascular coupling, neuroscience.
  • Jaco Zwanenburg
    High field methods targeting vascular- and intracranial fluid dynamics including brain waste clearance, for the study of cerebral small vessel disease.
 Applications encompass neurological and cerebrovascular diseases, neurovascular coupling, and neuroscience.
Applications encompass neurological and cerebrovascular diseases, neurovascular coupling, and neuroscience.