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The following CMIV projects conducts research related to the Central Nervous System.

 Title   Type 
1H-MRS in ALS and Unverricht-Lundborgs disease CMIV project
3D and 4D Adaptive Filtering for Image Denoising and Patient Safety CMIV project
3D-4D Medical Image Enhancement using Filter Networks CMIV project
A new perspective on selective attention: is there a link between the physiology and cognitive mechanisms of hearing? CMIV project
Absolute Quantification of Multinuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy CMIV project
Advanced signal processing methods for high quality funtional magnetic resonance imaging CMIV project
Application of novel image filters to MR image data CMIV project
Application of novel iterative reconstruction algorithms (IRA) and noise reduction filters (NRF) for reducing CT radiation dose CMIV project
Augmented Reality In the Operating Room (ARIOR) CMIV project
Clinical Application of Synthetic MRI on Patients with Malignant Gliomas CMIV project
Cone beam CT studies of dental and skeletal radiology CMIV project
Development of functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) for clinical applications CMIV project
fMRI of deep tissue pain in generalised pain conditions CMIV project
fMRI studies of meditation CMIV project
Functional MRI studies of normal and impaired language function CMIV project
Functioning and disability in adults after obstetric brachial plexus (OBP) injury - an fMRI study CMIV project
Identification of cognitive processes with fMRI and auditory stimulation in hearing impaired with and without hearing aids CMIV project
Imaging during stereotactic and functional neurosurgery CMIV project
Implementation of Synthetic MRI into the clinical workflow. CMIV project
Low-dose Computed Tomography below 1 milliSievert CMIV project
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