KIO is a multi-disciplinary magnetic resonance quantification group established in 2012 at the Research Center for Molecular and Cellular Imaging (RCMCI). KIO group gathers researchers, medical engineers, physicians and neuroscientists who share a common concern in utilizing and developing novel imaging and computational technologies to provide a framework for accurate diagnosis of human diseases and monitoring the anatomical and physiological changes resulting from pathologies or in response to the planned treatment. We focused on three areas: innovation and engineering to launch study results into clinics, research and development to develop new and effective clinical markers and training for physicians and radiology technologist to improve their MRI Biomarkers sciences.
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We focus on three areas :
- Innovation and Engineering to launch study results into clinics
- Research and Development to develop new and effective clinical markers
- Training for physicians and radiology technologist to improve their MRI Biomarkers sciences.