Neurooncological research at the Department of Neuroradiology
The USZ is an internationally renowned Centre of Competence in Neurooncology. Accordingly, the Department of Neuroradiology focuses on neurooncological imaging with state-of-the-art technologies and methods. Our researchers collaborate closely with the clinical neurodisciplines and neurosciences at the USZ, the UZH, and ETH, as well as with other national and international cooperation partners.
In our neurooncological studies, we evaluate morphological data (mainly MRI and CT) and apply state-of-the-art methods such as diffusion, perfusion, functional imaging, quantitative semi- and fully automated analyses, and artificial intelligence (AI). We further integrate innovative software and hardware development into our research and maintain a strong focus on patient well-being.
Golden-angle radial sparse parallel (GRASP) MRI in clinical routine detection of pituitary microadenomas: First experience and feasibility. Hainc N, Stippich C, Reinhardt J, Stieltjes B, Blatow M, Mariani L, Bink A.; Magn Reson Imaging. 2019 Jul;60:38-43. LINK
Structured Reporting in Neuroradiology: Intracranial Tumors. Bink A, Benner J, Reinhardt J, De Vere-Tyndall A, Stieltjes B, Hainc N, Stippich C.; Front Neurol. 2018 Feb 6;9:32. LINK
Experimental Texture Analysis in Glioblastoma: A Methodological Study. Hainc N, Stippich C, Stieltjes B, Leu S, Bink A.; Invest Radiol. 2017 Jun;52(6):367-373. LINK
The Bright, Artificial Intelligence-Augmented Future of Neuroimaging Reading. Hainc N, Federau C, Stieltjes B, Blatow M, Bink A, Stippich C.; Front Neurol. 2017 Sep 21;8:489. LINK