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Machine Learning and Big Data Analysis Group

Machine Learning and Big Data Analysis Group

The Big Data, Texture Analysis and Machine Learning Research Group is an interdisciplinary research team in the Institute of Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology at the University Hospital of Zurich, Switzerland. The group forms a cohesive center for faculty members, postdoctoral fellows, research staff, and medical students to pursue teaching and research in the broad field of big data, texture analysis and machine learning.

In close collaboration with clinical partners from the University Hospital of Zurich (Department of Radiation Oncology, Nuclear Medicine, Rheumatology and Cardiology) the Big Data, Texture Analysis and Machine Learning Research group aims to integrate research and to build collaborations between basic scientists, clinical scientists, physicians, and radiologists establishing a strong resource for imaging-based research at the University of Zurich. There is also close collaboration with the Computer Vision Laboratory at the Department of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering of the ETH Zurich.

Ongoing projects include studies on new developments for multi-modality imaging including CT, and MR imaging and ultrasound, using a huge variety of custom-made and freely available software tools. Typical research questions address efficiency improvements in the clinical workflow by automatic detection and classification of benign and malignant lesions, correlative reseach regarding imaging features and underlying molecular genetics (radiogenomics), as well as improved treatment monitoring using techniques of machine learning. 

 

Board of Directors of the Big Data, Texture Analysis and Machine Learning Research Group

Prof. Dr. Dr. Andreas Boss andreas.boss@usz.ch
Prof. Dr. Hatem Alkadhi hatem.alkadhi@usz.ch

Members of the research group
From the Institute of Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology
Prof. Dr. Thomas Frauenfelder
PD Dr. Roman Guggenberger
Dr. Moritz Wurnig
Dr. Anton Becker
Dr. Christian Blüthgen
Dr. Urs J. Mühlematter
Alexander Ciritsis, PhD
PD Dr. Cristina Rossi, PhD
PD Dr. Olivio Donati

From the University of Zurich
Medical students, master students, and fellows

From the Department of Radiation Oncology
Dr. S. Tanadini-Lang, Prof. Dr. M. Guckenberger
 

From the Department of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering of the ETH Zurich
Prof. Dr. E. Konukoglu

Imaging Resources
  • X-ray (different vendors)
  • DEXA und pQCT (Lunar, XCT 3000)
  • Dual-Source/-energy CT (2x 128; Siemens Somatom Force, Flash and Definition Edge)
  • MRI (different vendors ; 1 x 1.5T; 8 x 3.0T; 1 x 7.0T)
  • Fluoroscopy (GE and Siemens, 4x)
  • PET-CT (GE, 2x)
  • PET-MR (GE, 1x)
  • 3D Lab
Software Resources
  • ViDi Suite
  • MaZda
  • Weka
  • ScikitLearn
  • Tensor Flow
  • Keras
  • Various Matlab Codes

Publications

Numerous scientific articles have been published by the members of the research group.
Please refer to online libaries for further details:
www.pubmed.gov


Location

University Hospital Zurich
Institute of Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology
Ramistrasse 100
8091 Zurich
Switzerland
 
Forschungsgruppe Molekulare Bildgebung

Forschungsgruppe Molekulare Bildgebung

Hochfeld-Magnetresonanz-Tomographie und präklinische Bildgebung

Externe Homepage: www.MolecularImagingResearch.ch

Die Kernaktivitäten der Forschungsgruppe liegen in der Entwicklung neuer Methoden der Magnetresonanztomographie und ihrer Anwendung zur funktionellen Beurteilung der Gewebe. Schwerpunkte sind die Anwendung hoher statischer Magnetfelder bis 7 Tesla, die Molekularee Bildgebung, die hybride PET/MRT (Positronen-Emissions-Tomographie/Magnetresonanz-Tomographie) und die translationale Forschung im Kleintiermodell.

Die klinische Magnetresonanz-Tomographie beruht auf der Spinanregung der Wasserstoffkern, da diese im menschlichen Körper in grosser Zahl vorhanden sind. Durch die Relaxationseigenschaften, welche die Rückkehr der angeregten Kerne in den Gleichgewichtszustand beschreiben, können die klassischen morphologischen T1-, T2-, und Protonendichte-Kontraste erzeugt werden.

Neben diesen morphologischen Techniken, erlauben neuere fortgeschrittene Magnetresonanz-Techniken eine zusätzliche Beschreibung der funktionellen Eigenschaften der Gewebe, wie etwa der Gewebeperfusion und -oxygenierung oder der Zellularität von Tumoren. Viele dieser neuen Techniken sind signalschwach und profitieren damit von höheren statischen Magnetfeldern, jedoch birgt der Übergang zu hohen Feldstärken zahlreiche Probleme, wie etwa zunehmende Inhomogenität des Hintergrundfeldes (B0-Feld) und des eingestrahlten elektromagnetischen Feldes (B1-Feld).

Spezifische Forschungsschwerpunkte

  • Perfusionsmessung mit Arterial-Spin-Labeling
  • Oxygenierungsmessung mit BOLD-Effekt (Blood Oxygenation Level Dependant)
  • Bestimmung der Wasserdiffusion im Gewebe mit diffusionsgewichteter-Bildgebung und Diffusion-Tensor-Bildgebung
  • Hybride Positronen-Emissions-Tomographie/Magnetresonanz-Tomographie
  • Molecular Imaging
  • Multimodale Kleintierbildgebung, insbesondere Stammzellforschung


Leiter der Arbeitsgruppe

Prof. Dr. Dr. Andreas Boss

Arbeitsgruppenmitglieder
PD Dr. Olivio Donati
Dr. Moritz Wurnig
Dr. David Kenkel
Dr. Anton Becker

Assoziierte Forscher
PD Dr. Cristina Rossi (MR-Physik)

Kooperationspartner
Division of Nephrology (Prof. Dr. R Wüthrich, PD Dr. A. Serra)
Division of Nuclear Medicine (Prof. Dr. P. Kaufmann, Prof. Dr. A. Buck)
Division of Thoracic Surgery (PD Dr. W. Jungraithmayr)
Institute for Biomedical Technology of the ETH (Prof. Dr. K. Prüssmann, Prof. Dr. S. Kozerke)
Institute of Pharmacology and Toxicology (Prof. Dr. B. Weber)
Laboratory for Tissue Engineering and Stem Cell Therapy, Department of Urology (PD Dr. Dr. D. Eberli)
Sektion für Experimentelle Radiologie, Universität Tübingen (Prof. Dr. Dr. F. Schick)
Industriepartner: Bayer, General Electrics, Guerbuet, Philips, Siemens, ...

Ausgewählte Publikationen
Stolzmann P, Veit-Haibach P, Chuck N, Rossi C, Frauenfelder T, Alkadhi H, von Schulthess GK, Boss A. Detection Rate, Location, and Size of Pulmonary Nodules in Three-modality PET/CT-MR: Comparison of low-dose CT and Dixon-based MR Imaging. Investigative Radiology (in press)

Jungraithmayr W, Chuck N, Frauenfelder T, Weder W, Boss A. Magnetic resonance imaging using ultra-short echo-time sequences in syngeneic mouse lung transplantation. Radiology (in press)

Pazahr S, Fischer MA, Chuck N, Lüchinger R, Schick F, Nanz D, Boss A. Segment specific analysis of B1-field homogeneity in 3.0 Tesla liver imaging with single- versus dual-source parallel RF excitation. Radiology (in press)

Rossi C, Artunc F, Schlemmer HP, Schick F, Boss A. Histogram Analysis of Renal Arterial Spin Labeling Perfusion Data Reveals Differences between Volunteers and Patients with mild Chronic Kidney Disease. Investigative Radiology

Donati OF, Nanz D, Serra AL, Boss A. Quantitative BOLD response of the renal medulla to hyperoxic challenge at 1.5T and 3.0T. NMR Biomed. 2012 Jan 31. doi: 10.1002/nbm.2781. Epub ahead of print

Boss A, Stegger L, Bisdas S, Kolb A, Schwenzer N, Pfister M, Claussen CD, Pichler BJ, Pfannenberg C. Feasibility of simultaneous PET/MR imaging in the Head and Upper Neck Area Eur Radiol, 10.2.2011, Epub ahead of print

Boss A, Bisdas S, Kolb A, Hofmann M, Ernemann U, Claussen CD, Pfannenberg C, Pichler BJ, Reimold M, Stegger L. Hybrid PET/MRI of intracranial masses: initial experiences and comparison to PET/CT. J Nucl Med. 51(8):1198-205. (2010)

Kontakt
Prof. Dr. Dr. Andreas Boss
Institut für Diagnostische und Interventionelle Radiologie
Universitätsspital Zürich
Rämistrasse 100
CH-8091 Zürich
Tel: +41 44 255 36 77
Fax: +41 44 255 45 43
E-Mail: andreas.boss@usz.ch

Muskuloskeletal Imaging Group

Muskuloskeletal Imaging Group

The Musculoskeletal Imaging Research Group is an interdisciplinary research group in the Institute of Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology at the University Hospital of Zurich, Switzerland. The group forms a cohesive center for faculty members, postdoctoral fellows, research staff, and medical students to pursue teaching and research in musculoskeletal imaging.

In close collaboration with industrial partners and the clinical musculoskeletal sections at the University Hospital of Zurich (Department of Trauma Surgery, Department of Rheumatology, Department of Geriatrics, Department of Neurology, Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery)  the Musculoskeletal Imaging Research Group aims to integrate research and build collaborations between basic scientists, clinical scientists, physicians, and radiologists establishing a strong resource for musculoskeletal imaging-based research at the University of Zurich. There is also close collaboration with the Institute for Biomedical Engineering, an institution of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH Zurich), Department of Neuroradiology and the Orthopedic University Hospital Balgrist.

Ongoing projects include studies on new developments in all imaging modalities with focus on CT and MR imaging, including systematic reviews and randomized controlled trials.

Innovative applications of ultrasound for soft-tissue imaging (e.g. elastography, Speed-of-Sound measurements) in a large variety of diseases (e.g. sarcopenia) are further active research areas in collaboration with the ETH Zurich and the sonography group of our departement (head: Prof. M. Rominger).

Head of Musculoskelatal (MSK) Imaging Research Group
PD Dr. Roman Guggenberger roman.guggenberger@usz.ch
 

Members of the MSK research group
From the Department of Radiology
Prof. Dr. Jürg Hodler, Executive MBA
Prof. Dr. Marga Rominger (Head of ultrasound Imaging)
Dr. Moritz Wurnig
Dr. Tim Finkenstädt
Dr. Urs J. Mühlematter
Dr. Florian Huber

From the University of Zurich
Several medical students, master students, and fellows

With the Department of Neuroradiology
PD Dr. Sebastian Winklhofer

Associated Member from Siemens Healthcare Schweiz AG
Dr. Markus Klarhöfer

Technical Resources
X-ray (different vendors)
DEXA und pQCT (Lunar, XCT 3000)
Dual-Source/-energy CT (2x 128; Siemens Somatom Force, Flash and Definition Edge)
MRI (different vendors ; 1 x 1.5T; 8 x 3.0T; 1 x 7.0T)
Fluoroscopy (GE and Siemens, 4x)
PET-CT (GE, 2x)
PET-MR (GE, 1x)
3D Lab

Publications
Numerous scientific and review articles, books etc. have been published by the members of the research group.
Please refer to the usual online libaries for further details, e.g. www.pubmed.gov

Location
University Hospital Zurich
Department of Radiology
Ramistrasse 100
8091 Zurich
Switzerland

Abdominal Imaging Group

Abdominal and Urogenital Imaging Group

Synopsis
The Abdominal and Urogenital Imaging Research Group is an interdisciplinary research group in the Institute of Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology at the University Hospital Zurich, Switzerland. The group forms a cohesive center for faculty members, postdoctoral fellows, research staff, and medical students to pursue teaching and research in multi-modality abdominal imaging.

In close collaboration with various clinical sections at the University Hospital Zurich (Department of Visceral and Transplant Surgery, Clinic for Gastroentrology, Clinic for Urology, Department of Internal Medicine, and others) as well as the Institute for Biomedical Engineering, an institution of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH Zurich) and the University of Zurich, the Abdominal and Urogenital Imaging Research Group aims to integrate research and builds collaborations between scientists, physicians, and radiologists establishing a strong resource for imaging-based research at the University of Zurich. Collaborations exist with various Institutions in Switzerland as well as in the USA.

Main interests of the abdominal and urogenital imaging research group include the following modalities and research topics:

Computed Tomography (CT)

    • Tissue characterization with dual energy protocols
    • Implementation and assessment of image quality of new CT protocols
    • CT body perfusion imaging in oncology
    • CT Angiography of pelvic vessels before prostate artery embolization
    • Dosimetry (e.g. implementation of radiation dose saving algorithms)


Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)

  • MRI including MR elastography for assessment of diffuse liver disease Multiparametric MRI for diagnosis of rectal cancer Diffusion Weighted Imaging (e.g. Whole-Body DWI, renal diffusion, diffusion in oncology)
  • Diffusion Tensor Imaging (DTI) and Blood Oxygenation Level Dependant (BOLD) Imaging of the Kidneys
    Detection and Characterization of prostate cancer
    Detection of metastatic lymphnodes in prostate cancer using USPIOs
    Automatic detection of prostatic contours and cancer foci using techniques of machine learning
  • Multimodal characterization of inflammatory activity in Crohn's disease
  • Perfusion Imaging: Arterial Spin Labeling (ASL), contrast-enhanced perfusion imaging
  • Liver fat and iron quantification
  • Effects of High-field MRI (1.5T vs. 3.0T)
  • Functional assessment of pelvic floor dysfunction


Ultrasound

Contrast-enhanced ultrasound in oncology

There's a rotation system for the head of the abdominal and urogenital imaging research group as well as the chairmanship of the research meetings.

Current Head of the Abdominal and Urogenital Imaging Research Group
PD Dr. Cäcilia Reiner caecilia.reiner@usz.ch and PD Dr. Olivio Donati olivio.donati@usz.ch

Members of the Abdominal Imaging Research Group
From the Institute of Diagnostic Radiology
PD Dr. Olivio Donati
PD Dr. Cäcilia Reiner
Prof. Dr. Dr. Andreas Boss
Prof. Dr. Hatem Alkadhi
Dr. Andreas Hötker
Dr. Sonja Fierstra
Dr. Borna Barth
Dr. André Euler
 
Technical Resources
MRI (different vendors ; 1 x 1.5T; 3 x 3.0T; 1 x 7.0T)
CT: dual-source 192-slice CT (Somatom Force), dual-source 128-slice CT (Somatom Definition Flash), single-source 128-slice CT (Somatom Edge Plus)
PET-CT and PET-MR
3D Lab

Location
University Hospital Zurich
Institute of Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology
Raemistrasse 100
8091 Zurich
Switzerland

Publications
Please refer to the usual online libraries for further details: www.pubmed.gov

Emergency Radiology Imaging Group

Emergency Radiology Imaging Group

Synopsis
The Emergency Radiology Imaging Group is an interdisciplinary research group in the Institute of Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology at the University Hospital Zurich, Switzerland. The group forms a cohesive center for faculty members, postdoctoral fellows, and research staff to pursue teaching and research in emergency imaging.

In close collaboration with various clinical sections at the University Hospital Zurich (Department of Trauma Surgery, Department of Internal Medicine, Department of Visceral and Transplant Surgery), the Emergency Radiology Research Group aims to integrate research and builds collaborations between scientists, physicians, radiologists, and industry establishing a strong resource for imaging-based research at the University of Zurich.

Current projects include the development of optimized whole-body CT protocols for polytrauma patients, the research of radiation dose saving techniques for CT imaging in the emergency unit, the implementation of the Zurich Trauma Algorithm, and evaluation of chest pain protocols in the emergency department..

Head of Emergency Radiology Imaging Group
Prof. Dr. Hatem Alkadhi, MPH, EBCR hatem.alkadhi@usz.ch
Phone: +41 44 255 36 62
Fax: +41 44 255 44 43

Members of the Emergency Radiology Imaging Group
Prof. Dr. Thomas Frauenfelder
PD Dr. Roman Guggenberger
Dr. Ricarda Hinzpeter

Technical Resources
CT: dual-source 128-slice CT (Somatom Definition Flash), dual-source 192-slice CT (Somatom Force), single-source 64-slice CT (Somatom Definition AS, Siemens Healthcare)
MRI (different vendors ; 3 x 3.0T; 1 x 1.5T; 1 x 7.0T)
3D Lab

Location
University Hospital Zurich
Institute of Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology
Raemistrasse 100
8091 Zurich
Switzerland

Chest Imaging Group

Chest imaging research group

Synopsis

The chest imaging research group is an interdisciplinary research group in the Institute of Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology at the University Hospital Zurich, Switzerland. The group includes faculty members, senior and junior radiologists, postdoctoral fellows, research staff, and medical students and has the aim to represent the multimodal imaging of the lungs and the associated thoracic structures. The main focus of the research groups is the development and implementation of new imaging protocols for chest radiology.

The research group works closely with various clinical partners, namely thoracic surgery, pulmonology and rheumatology.

Furthermore, there are collaborations of individual departments of the ETH with the aim to combine the respective knowledge and skills and to provide a platform for medical questions.

The main interests of the thoracic and cardiovascular research group include the following modalities and main research areas:

Imaging in interstitial pulmonary diseases

  • Establishment of a specific CT and MR examination method for the detection and for the quantitative assessment of the course of the development of interstitial lung disease in patients with systemic sclerosis in collaboration with the Department of Rheumatology of the University Hospital Zurich (Prof. Distler)
  • Development of a method for the quantitative assessment including texture analysis of the course of interstitial lung disease in patients with systemic sclerosis in collaboration with the Department of Rheumatology of the University Hospital Zurich (Prof. Distler)
  • Evaluation of Oxygen-enhanced MR for assessing regional perfusion changes in interstitial lung disease.

Imaging in malignant pleural mesothelioma and bronchial Ca

  • Implementation and evaluation of tumor volumetry as an independent prognostic factor as well as a marker for the response of chemotherapy in collaboration with the Thoracic Surgery of the University Hospital Zurich (Prof. I. Opitz, Prof. Weder)
  • Participate in the evaluation of PET/CT and PET/MR in the staging of the bronchial carcinoma in collaboration with the Department of Nuclear Medicine of the University Hospital Zurich.

New techniques in conventional X-ray

  • Evaluation accuracy and the added value of dual-energy X-ray images.
  • Tomosynthesis of the wrist and hand were established and validated. Our results support the use of tomosynthesis to assess the fracture healing in the wrist.

Lung volume reduction surgery

  • Establishment of dynamic MR as a predictor for outcome

                      
Head
Prof. Dr. Thomas Frauenfelder
thomas.frauenfelder@usz.ch
Rämistrasse 100
8091 Zürich
Phone: 044 255 93 83
Fax: 044 255 44 43

Members
Dr. Thi Dan Linh Nguyen
Dr. Katharina Martini                                                                                                                               Dr. Christian Blüthgen

Partners
Prof. Dr. M. Kohler (Clinic of Pneumology, USZ)
Prof. Dr. W. Weder (Division of Thoracic Surgery, USZ)                                                                     
PD Dr. Britta Maurer (Clinic of Rheumatology, USZ)
Prof. Geoff JM Parker, PhD (www.bioxydyn.com)

Cardiovascular Imaging Group

Cardiovascular Imaging Group

Synopsis
The Cardiovascular Imaging Research Group is an interdisciplinary research group in the Institute of Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology at the University Hospital Zurich, Switzerland. The group includes faculty members, senior and junior radiologists, postdoctoral fellows, research staff, and medical students and has the aim to pursue teaching and research in multi-modality cardiovascular imaging.

In close collaboration with various clinical partners at the University Hospital Zurich such as the Department of Cardiology and the Division of Cardiovascular Surgery as well as the Institute for Biomedical Engineering, an institution of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH Zurich) the Cardiovascular Imaging Research Group aims to integrate research into clinical routine and to build collaborations between scientists, physicians, and radiologists establishing a strong resource for imaging-based research at the University of Zurich.

Main interests of the cardiovascular imaging research group include the following modalities and research topics:

Computed Tomography (CT)

  • Coronary Heart Disease
  • Implementation and assessment of image quality of new CT protocols
  • Ultra low dose CT coronary angiography protocols
  • Dosimetry
  • Myocardial Perfusion Imaging
  • Imaging of Cardiac Valve Anatomy and Function


Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)

  • Imaging of Myocardial Ischemia and Infarcts
  • Imaging of Cardiomyopathy
  • Imaging in Grown-up Congenital Heart Disease
  • Cardiac Anatomy and Tissue Characterization

 
Current Head of the Cardiovascular Imaging Research Group
Prof. Dr. Hatem Alkadhi, MPH, EBCR
hatem.alkadhi@usz.ch
Phone: +41 44 255 36 62
Fax: +41 44 255 44 43

and
 
PD Dr. Robert Manka
robert.manka@usz.ch
Phone: +41 44 255 11 11
Fax: +41 44 255 44 43


Technical Resources
MRI (different vendors ; 1 x 1.5T; 3 x 3.0T; 1 x 7.0T)
CT: dual-source 128-slice CT (Somatom Definition Flash), dual-source 192-slice CT (Somatom Force), single-source 64-slice CT (Somatom Definition AS)
PET-CT and PET-MR
3D Lab

Location
University Hospital Zurich
Institute of Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology
Raemistrasse 100
8091 Zurich
Switzerland

Publications
Please refer to the usual online libraries for further details: www.pubmed.gov

Computed Tomography Physics

Computed Tomography Physics

The CT physics group deals with technical aspects of CT imaging in clinical routine and research.
Together with our clinical colleagues, we conduct innovative research on a wide range of CT topics including fast-scanning techniques, reconstruction and post processing methods, dose calculation and optimization. Our investigations aim to improve image quality while keeping CT safe and comfortable for all patients. The most recent activity is focused on accurate patient-specific radiation dose assessments as well as on the development, evaluation and implementation of dose reduction algorithms.
Due to our close collaboration with leading CT groups and vendors, we have the opportunity to use state-of-the-art imaging equipment and access the research platforms to develop new imaging methods and applications.

Contact
Dr. Natalia Saltybaeva
Institute of Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology
University Hospital Zurich
Raemistr. 100
CH-8091 Zurich
E-Mail: natalia.saltybaeva@usz.ch

Publications
Please refer to the usual online libraries for further details: www.pubmed.gov

Magnetic Resonance Physics

Magnetic Resonance Physics

The MR physics group deals with technical aspects of MR imaging in clinical routine and research. We conduct independent research, support radiological and clinical research, and teach medical and technical students, master students, and Ph. D. students in close collaboration with Prof. Klaas Prüssmann, at the Institute of Biomedical Engineering of the University and ETH Zürich.
We provide first-line support for diagnostic scanning and continually advise with regards to a safe operation of our MR scanners, with over 600 hospital employees trained in 2014/5. We also host the monthly meeting of MR physicists employed at several academic institutions in Zürich, the "Applied MR Physics Excellence Cluster", AMPEC.

Our research interests focus on quantitative imaging.


Contact
Institut für Diagnostische und Interventionelle Radiologie
Universitätsspital Zürich
Rämistrasse 100
CH-8091 Zürich
Tel: +41 44 255 30 52
Fax: +41 44 255 45 06
E-Mail: Daniel.Nanz@usz.ch

Members
PD Dr. Cristina Rossi 

Publications
see public data bases, e.g., PubMed.

Former group members
Viktor Köchli
Graeme Mc Kinnon (GE Healthcare)
Peter Erhart
Mark E. Ladd
Harald H. Quick

Ultrasound Research und Translation (ZURT)

Ultrasound Research und Translation (ZURT)

The ultrasound research group is a developing group within our institute. The group is devoted to the introduction of new ultrasound techniques. Current research includes the confounders of elasticity measurements, mechanical biomarkers, multi-parametric ultrasound, flow models for research and SkillsLab, ultrasound interventions under contrast mode guidance and more.

Externe Homepage: www.zurt.ch

Head of Ultrasound Research Group
Prof. Dr. Marga B. Rominger
marga.rominger@usz.ch
Rämistrasse 100
8006 Zürich
Phone: 044 255 1818
Fax: 044 255 44 43 

Members
Prof. Dr. Thomas Frauenfelder
Prof. Dr. Volker Klingmüller
Prof. Dr. Marga B. Rominger

Dr. Lisa Ruby
Dr. Sergio Sanabria

Christian Blüthgen

Dr. Katharina Martini
 

Collaboration
PD Dr. Christoph Gubler (Ltd. Oberarzt, Gastroenterology and hepatology)
Prof. Dr. Edoardo Mazza (ETHZ – Institute of Mechanical Systems)

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